Think on the language of propaganda. Its order and surgical intentions.
It constricts you.
We release you.
Artifacts are cobbled together in a delirious battleground. We contrast organic materials with the industrial reflections of a chaotic underground rave, pulsating in computerized primal grime.
Symmetry is built
and destroyed through our processes.
Information is forced through a system that acts like a broken assembly line.
Forms are cut, grafted, or lost. History and contemporary clash.
Vertigo and insanity poison our spirit and belief.
But we hold it together, for there is freedom
in the chaos.
Do not fear it.
Cast laws and norms out of your mind. They are not you.
Eliminate the propaganda and its order.
What is your most memorable
experience at KCAD?
My most memorable experience at KCAD was Danielle Wyckoff's Drawing Materials and Processes class. It was a crucial turning point in my life as an artist. Danielle taught me how to balance raw, uninhibited creativity, with critical thinking and self-reflection. I would not have this Excellence Award without her.
What are your most
1. Anderson Ranch Artist Residency Scholarship, 2019.
2. Finalist in the 2018 Honda Drive and Design competition.
3. Finding a dollar under the basement vending machine, 2017.