Loosely speaking, the work is about searching for something and not finding it.

It’s the melancholic experience of dislocation – not being tied to anything as a freedom, and not being tied to anything as a loss.
It’s a brave face.
It’s a lot of songs by The National.
It’s trying to solve a lot of problems with a camera and a plane ticket.
It’s substituting physcial distance for felt distance as a method of justifying or rationilising feeling distant.
For a long time it was falsely pumped with full of academic rigour and conceptual frameworks.

And now, it’s like thinking of your favourite song when you were 13. You know it was important then, but it just isn’t the same anymore.

The Flowers will be for you, they will be Yours.