Mine is a social aesthetic. The sculptures and installations I make respond to the happy and unhappy patterns I see in the behaviors of people, plants, animals, and interior environments. I am interested in creating contented landscapes, pleasant intervals outside the commonplace. The spaces I construct are first for the mind and then for the everyday. My constructions never stray far from a petition for personal and environmental health in collaboration with industry, manufacture, and commerce. Not for pure beauty, the works are participatory, interventionary, and entrepreneurial.
— June Woest