We look at the world once, in childhood.
The rest is memory.
∆ Louise Glück, from Nostos, Meadowlands
Transness, the future. I want people to feel transness, not just of the body, but of the mind and of the heart. Transness as a state of mind—a place where nothing is exact or fixed. I could say my work is about ornament and the importance of architecture, botany, the grotesque, magic, and the occult, but these all branch off from this feeling of being or creating something unreal, otherworldly and thinking bigger than the blueprints we have given.
For me, these vast landscapes and the growing worlds feel like mutating pulsations in my brain between something really sci-fi and something more ancient. Imagining how it would feel to be an atom being ripped apart or how it feels to embody a bolt of lightning. I just want people to consider their realities, and think larger than the binary they're used to.