The work here swiveled around epistemology. Model logic, diagramatic representation, litterals, and illegibles were used to push systems outside of their context. If you can read this, you might be missing the message.
I looked at veracity (true / false) as a spectrum. This proposed questions such as what is beyond false on the spectrum? Or, given human perspectives, could something be neutral such as white noise? Interverity, a made up word, became a way to talk about that messiness. Eventually the spectrum expanded to the Ouroborean epistemology, a living model of veracity.
Included here are collaborations with Jennifer Huang and Adam Chau.
The ways in which I thought about this work heavily influenced all other areas of my practice and experimentation.