In my view, the real goal of art is to connect with others, whether it is provocative, experiential, participatory, or contemplative. I am passionate about work that elicits an excited response.
The sublime and the minimal have always resonated with me. The work of Bernini, Caravaggio, Edmund Burke, Turner, Ernst, Mondrian, Stella, Smithson, Joanie Lemercier, Kimchi and Chips, Zimoun, Herman Kolgen, and Denial of Service are all appealing to me. I enjoy the thin line of the delicate and beautiful and the dark and terrible.
I consider my past work as trying to communicate with subtle, conceptual, and often times experimental ideas and I would like to expand the participatory and contemplative aspects of my work in the field of new media, projection mapping specifically, to convey cinematic compositions that provoke both tenebrous and uplifting narratives. The impermanence and versatility of projection mapping and the utility of it as an interactive medium is of particular interest to me.