Throwing rocks in a blue glass city.
- My work happens pretty compulsively; no matter how many sketches or blueprints I lay out beforehand, it doesn't seem to matter once I'm in front of the material. That being said, I think that a lot of my work is archival in nature. A majority of my pieces, in some way, document an intimate story, a character, or an environment. I want to create iconography for my contemporary story. It's ... read moreimportant for me that I articulate these mythologies or stories because, in the process, I think I'm making peace with that memory or character for myself. Even if I'm just alluding to a personal story within this warped, romanticized world, there is still an experience grounded in reality there that I want to understand more. I tend to dissect characters or environments by making fun of everything. There's still a lot of romantic theatre to be found in even the most dreary moments here.read less
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