I’d say that my work is frequently about kind of trying to either find or investigate different either like unexplored or underexplored venues of representation. Whether that is through kind of like the boundaries or overlap between like physical and virtual space, for a lack of a better term. Or whether like that’s the question of the boundary between like actual object and like a more abstract idea, basically. Because always with – like almost always with the work there’s something that exists entirely outside of it or that’s like inaccessible if you’re just looking at it through the experience of like the object, if there is an object or through like just one venue of representation. If you see my work through like a representative image or you hear it explained or you, like, go wander around an exhibition of mine and don’t, like, read or look at any other information. It’s always kind of like both a very different experience but kind of tried to be tailored to be all part of like an acknowledgement that like these things that media and art and all these things like extend into all of these domains, basically and that like in collapsing them there can be something generative there. Whether that’s pictorial or gestural or whether that’s conceptual or ideological-philosophical. I think there are a variety of interpretations for what art is. One is obviously, honestly just kind of like any cultural product, whatever that means. That’s just as vague as the term art, I suppose. Like, any way that we try to like communicate with each other in a mediatized way, essentially, you know, I create something other than myself whether it’s a physical object or whether it’s whatever and that thing lives kind of outside of me but communicates for me or on my behalf even if it isn’t necessarily always like reliable narrator or like a good communicator as in the case of like so much art and cultural product that’s been misinterpreted by others or like interpreted for like different means over the course of history, basically. At another level, I do think that in it’s, like in its role as a communicator as like this mediatized like third-object kind of thing, it at its best, again like, offers a space of possibility, whether that is a questioning of how things are now and how we make things, how we behave, how we like organize society, how we treat each other or whatever, or whether that is, maybe at its best, offering a glimpse of what could be instead. Sounds optimistic and utopian and I don’t think that I’m necessarily those, but I do – you know, I don’t think I will be able to live with myself making art if I didn’t fundamentally believe in some of those things on a certain level.