I view my work, for the most part, as a series of warning and caution signs: visions of dangers past and present, and of those that will inevitably occur without a proper braking mechanism.
While my work contains references to political, social and environmental issues, I strive to avoid in-your-face bannerism. I leave that to those activists and writers whose skills are well developed in their respective fields.
I hope that the viewer will be drawn in on a purely visceral and emotional level before any cognitive so-called “meaning” is finally drawn from the work. The ultimate goal is to take the viewer on a journey into his or her unconscious, to offer an occasion for reflection and introspection.