My work Currently revolves around exploring and exposing the absurdities of existence. It effectively makes the familiar unfamiliar and vice-versa. By experiencing the process and art I can continuously break out of stagnant paradigms and engage in existence in a broader sense. My process involves trying to remove intentionality and trying to let intuition hold the reigns. By doing this, the result of me working is not an object that I created as much as it is a product of a collaboration between the materials I use and the often jumbled and frantic state of mind I can enter when given enough time to sink into the process. By acting as a participant in the work the things that are brought into existence are often ambiguous, abnormal and alien, even to me. When I finish a piece, I get the pleasure of exploring the work trying to find things I never intended or even things that I forgot doing. Common reactions to my work range from confusion and frustration to trying to make sense of what is going on, to simply enjoying the spectacle. I think this interaction parallels the way that we as humans interact with the absurd universe, we live in.