Re-investing in one's own little moments of insight is very important.
What one does in the studio is to pose a series of problems to oneself. I've got to look for some deeper meaning, for some reason for this thing to be in the world. There's enough stuff in the world.
We live in a fractured world. I've always seen it as my role as an artist to attempt to make wholeness.
Much of what I make is geometric, and has a kind of almost mathematical logic to the form.
What interests me is the sense of the darkness that we carry within us, the darkness that's akin to one of the principal subjects of the sublime - terror.