State of the Matter
Whether we are discussing matters of state, as in political matters, or we are looking deeply into the states of all matter, our connection to what matters is highly subjective. That which constructs our reality informs our ability to shape and form matter, like an invisible geometry guiding our perspectives, material evidence culminates in myriad emanations, focal points and perturbations. In politics, like in physics, the views and perspectives of some are magnified and rationalized to gain prominence in our collective consciousness, often confusing our own senses in an attempt to create a common sense. This body of work was created with the idea of dismantling some of our commonly held perceptions in an attempt to allow a more fluid exploration of our own senses.