The artist’s work deals with forms or situations of authority and power, twisting traditional constructs into a visual closer to an AA meeting then a Greek symposium.

In other words the artist is investigating a more democratic aesthetic in lieu of authoritarian venues, such as judicial structures like Parliament, the courthouse, etc…

In response, a sort of Die Brucke or maybe a networked Die Brucke between absurdity and social practice is created. Research and exploration of these relationships drives the artist to equate his own theory within social sculpture. Not what art is, but what can it be.

How can you tell a story without telling it for someone?

Art as a platform

Artist as listener.