I create site-specific installations and objects that straddle traditional boundaries between painting, drawing and sculpture. I am interested in hidden infrastructures and invisible ordering mechanisms – like gravity, quantum physics, and radio waves, but also the human body, memory, and contradictory emotions like aversion and affection. I work with the inherent quality of materials and draw out philosophical or mechanical insights into how the physical world operates and what it means to inhabit a body. Through minimal means everyday materials become strange to me again. 


Contact  hharvey333@gmail.com

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It happened one day, at a crossroads, in the middle of a crowd, people coming and going. I stopped, blinked: suddenly I understood nothing. Nothing, nothing about anything: I did not understand the reasons for things or for people.
. . .even now, every time (and it is often) that I find I do not understand something, then, instinctively, I am filled with the hope that perhaps this will be my moment again, perhaps once again I shall understand nothing, I shall grasp the other knowledge, found and lost in an instant.
-Italo Calvino,
The Flash