My work often takes form in experience-charged installations underscored by phenomenology. Inconspicuous phenomena built the world, such as air, dust, and light, guaranteeing our inhabitation on earth, vouching for our traces for being alive, grounding our perceptions and awareness. They are transcendental and infinite. I feel the urgency to bring these significant ordinaries to the foreground. In the beam of sunshine cast through floating particles, I saw stars dancing slowly in the air. In moments as such a world beyond its ordinary starts to uncover. There, I realized that we, too, are parts of the imponderable universe. Treasuring the phenomena as the evidence of the unfolding world, I recreate/stage these moments of serendipity in space with hot glass.