Scaffold and Gestures, my current body of work, is a series of multi-media explorations of the body continually negotiating and contemplating the confines and simultaneous support of the surrounding structures. This poetic exploration approaches a spectrum from the viscerally ambiguous to the metaphorically specific as the images maneuver from clear iterations of the body and space to layered confrontations and avoidance, into fragmented abstraction. This work is installed into site specific configurations often using found frames and shelves that build a network of complex spaces both physical and referential. Though broadly interpretable, the process of creating has become a junction with the explorations of belonging within an archaic liturgical structure of the church. Art has long been a tradition of organized religion, but the contemporary negotiation of its relationship within this time and particular places prove for a beautifully tumultuous effort of configurations complete with a spectrum of moments from clarity to mystification.