These “drawings in space” become a language of my own, but one that is capable of being interpreted by whoever is “reading.” Dirty brick-colored clay makes most of the forms take on an architectural appearance, but they can also take on the look of other materials or objects, both ancient and modern. They can suggest time and motion, success and failure. They can propose risk and adventure, or relationships (good and bad). The ambiguous and cryptic nature of the work invites viewers to decode this for themselves. References to my past are disguised in plain view from the extruding process, becoming a completely new and infinite set of forms to be interpreted.
— Kodi Thompson