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My work expresses my conflict between the analog and digital world, with the slow and the fast, the old and the new. I like to experiment with conventional forms, deconstruct them with code, and recreate them as new pieces. This challenges the viewer to see something new each time they look upon the work. Throughout history, we have been taught to paint and assemble something in a conventional way to make it art, but I’m pushing against that convention the same way technology is asking society to learn in new ways, to see and dream beyond itself, and to be comfortable with the uncomfortable.