You wouldnt care if someone lives a block outside the chicago border. that world is irrelevant to you. you wouldn’t hold it against them for discovering a band one month later than u did. why would you care? you wouldn’t think twice about sharing what little you had. you wouldn’t call someone out on their insecurities and you wouldn’t make them regret opening up to you. you wouldn’t put someone else down to make yourself look better. you wouldn’t mind if someone holds a skateboard by the trucks & you wouldn’t care about looking cool to people you’ll never meet. i love you, but you wouldn’t want someone like me
"we are living in an era of increasing hybridization, where systems interlace and mesh with one another regardless of their compatibility. these paintings and installations question how technology is rewiring our primary experience of the world and the history of the image. how can we explore these new digital environments without subscribing to empty techno-optimism, and furthermore, how can the arts continue to evolve using current media strategies of immersion and collective experience? "