“The body is only interesting because of its own limitations. We can’t go beyond the body – we are stuck, but our thoughts and mind is as vast as our capacity to extend it. Our bodies are always a confinement of some sort, a border-line between what we conceive in our minds and the exteriorization of our emotions. Albert Camus said “the revolt of the flesh is the absurd,” and by this he meant that the body can be trigger to feeling disembodied. I always felt the body to be a gigantic burden because it seems out of proportion with our minds and emotions which can be monumental. How can we travel so far in our thoughts and have this heavy anchor gripping us to reality.
Throughout the history of art the human form has always been dancing with death in one way or another, that distant region of absurdity and emptiness was the one I chose to evoke in an open dialogue, and that can help reconcile or antagonize the viewer, I think the possibilities are really endless and fascinating.”
–from an interview with Ghost Magazine