Questioning the world we are living in, always consider the viewer as a potential player, rely on him by principle, and defy him without animosity. I try to challenge him to re-perceive his reality, to involve him in a personal journey by testing his intellectual perception and what he instantly believes and understands from his surroundings.
Nothing is lost and the player, rather than recriminating or discovering himself, needs to redouble his effort. This forces the participant to go deeper into a prior, innocent, and childlike form of processing. It allows a glimpse behind the veil, a playful, curious and questioning take on the construct that is life. It tempts them to engage in a unique plot where the specific rules are subtly shifting, and the takeaway is all theirs to own.
We have a modern world of distractions at our fingertips and so it is harder to believe in the beauty that the boring reality proposes. I sincerely want to influence society's perception and make them have a greater belief in themselves and conduct them to do many crazy things with their life and the world. I don't want to do wallpaper. It is urgent to adequately express my philosophical thoughts about existential questions. As David (cyborg released in 2090) in the movie Prometheus:
David: Why do you think your people made me?
Charlie Holloway: We made you 'cause we could.
David: Can you imagine how disappointing it would be for you to hear the same thing from your creator?
This strategy aims to share emotions that recall our humanity. In my eyes, that seems to be essential. Hopefully, it will encourage happiness, freedom, romanticism, and naivety.