Your mind is only capable of thinking in the ways in which you program it to think. I think of my work as fragments in being part of a whole: They are improvisational works that speak to the subconscious of the world through language and knowledge. My pieces are schematic, inviting the viewer to move with the work and interpret it, as intimate as possible.
I like to use the frame of the answer to propose a question to the concept of modernity in different arenas, and in the process, point to imbalances that are hidden in plain sight. I have found the ideas of surrealism, minimalism, and abstraction to be useful in the rearranging of perceived ideas. The works I produce are placed in the canon of abstract expressionism, in hopes of making visible what is often overlooked in the romanticization of the artist. The works on display reflect these ideas but vary in appearance because they each speak a different language spoken with handmade papers and brushstrokes from various parts of the world. If you are reading this, I appreciate you.
Whatever you see and whatever you feel in each piece; that is what it is supposed to mean. Truthfully, I wrote the ending first. Welcome