This solo exhibition Perceptual Perpetual opened at The Art League Houston, Front Gallery space, January 26th, 2018 The exhibition featured an ongoing body of work that explores visualization, interaction, physics, and conceptual art. The show included sonic sculptures, wall assemblages, and a video of a mechanized drawing performance. The work relies on audience participation to activate a visual system, which allow variations of order and chaos to influence how the work is perceived. The artist describes the work as a kind of “physics machine,” similar to the anatomy of a children’s handheld spinner toy, where gravity, kinetics, and a variety of other forces, cause surfaces to spin and objects to move. Each piece offers a unique interactive framework that creates random fluctuations in movement and audio mechanics. As the work is activated, a conversation emerges between visual aesthetics and embodied interaction, resulting in a playful approach to the art experience.The exhibition presents a nexus between art and the industrial age, recalling similarities to Jean Tinguely’s concept of “meta-mechanics”.