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We live with art and architecture everyday. It's all around us, and not just discreetly protected in our finest museums. How can we understand it better and engage with it more? How do museums want us to experience it? What does art say about our own journeys and how is it that art intersects with so many other categories, from literature to theology to the sciences? Is it ok to connect with art in person and online? Answer. Yes. 

Questions like these fascinate me. I like exploring the places where big ideas intersect, in that space where we can ponder why the same era birthed Picasso's shifting Cubist planes and Einstein's Theory of Relativity. 

I find traditional ways of interacting with art to be useful and continue to discover new ways of engaging with it.

 

I use my work to inspire people to do the same.   

Art-related experiences can teach us so much about ourselves and the world around us.