My artistic practice has been focused on using stupidity as a Political weapon. I am in constant search of making art that is critical and useful politically. Much political art seems preachy and obvious; I hope to avoid these typical problems by looking at issues from the side and disarming viewers with humor. My choice in medium is dictated mainly by the idea; and ranges from drawing, painting, sculpture, video and installation.
My video practice has been inspired by the amateur use of digital recording technology, and posting of digital video content on Internet sites such as You Tube. I am interested in marginal people who use video to express there discontent about the injustices they believe have been inflicted upon them. There is something logical about the comparison of self-centered narcissistic sociopaths and artists. My video practice is based on improvised performance to reveal a more real moment. Drawing and painting often play with similar imagery, but follows a much more free form approach. My drawings mix comic book imagery with higher-minded fine art references such as Picasso, and Modernism. Recurring themes involve depictions of fictitious objects creating impossible sculpture and the figure scrambled and obscured by movement.