I mean I really like working with physical objects and I really like working with code so I mean like, in that sense it becomes a medium. But the output material is, I guess it differs depending where you see it. So sometimes it is a file, sometimes its what the file generates and sometimes its a painting or sometimes its the exhibition space, the paintings have generated, so it really varies. But I like as much as possible to include craft in my work and I really like to hand build things and to take the longer harder route. Because it’s rewarding to me, not because I think it enhances the work, you know? I think it would be really fantastic if I outsourced everything and I was able to work ten times faster and I just took my to do list and just shipped it off to a manufacturer but I don’t find enjoyment through that so, I feel like there is a part of it that I enjoy doing and I try to introduce craft wherever I can, whereas it’s making the paintings you know, stretching the canvases, everything…it’s like, I really like it. I don’t want to preorder my mixed colors, I don’t want to outsource my web development. It’s not a control thing as much as it is a pleasure thing.
There is so much more that I’m being informed by, you know? So you are being informed by our history but then you are also informed by these constant conversations online, these new developments, these new ways of thinking, and so you’ve changed in your approach so often and I think that’s really exciting.