For me, media arts are a more experimental and interactive means of documenting and exploring humanity through the assistance of digital technologies. Instead of passively watching and relating to a story, we become part of crafting it.
Along this vein, my work seeks to get people’s senses dirty, so-to-speak. Often, my media arts projects can be simultaneously touched, heard, smelled, and viewed. Through these acts of engagement, participants can explore their own involvement in crafting our humanity and our social structures.