The Glazed I series explores the properties of glass beyond traditional form and function. Typically used as a primary protective layer covering and mediating art, here glass is used to express the artwork as a singular and often transparent film. Glass is also a practical material used to moderate human interaction with the environment and to enable human vision, yet ‘Glazed I’s’ infer an impaired vision and blurring of content. In this ambivalent media the shapely I-form sharpens focus. The I-figure invites each viewer to physically and philosophically occupy the notion of 'self' as they view the artwork, the environment, and their own reflection.