What if there was a way to take what is intangible, and place it in front of you as something you can touch, feel, and experience freely? Driven by this and other questions, Katz utilizes methods of creation that bring to mind natural processes such as the cascading of water, the eruption of a distant star or the growth of a crystalline structure. These he then brings into physical existence by state of the art additive manufacturing, resulting in finished pieces of unique singularity.
Cast in bronze, these piece suggest that just as the Mesopotamians once elevated themselves from the Age of Stone, we too are ascending to something greater, something more complex, and ultimately, something more meaningful.
"History has long been recorded through the impressions we leave in stone, but that was the past. With Perceptivist sculpture, we derive our course from the future. No longer is sculpture mere interpretation. These pieces are genuine reflections of the shapes and forms found throughout the natural universe and beyond."