Every social act is language and creating art by its nature is a social act. I like to communicate in puzzles and puns, in the found light of photography and the frankenstein stitchery of collage and parody. My art-for-art’s-sake art isn’t serious, but it’s as earnest as a gravel path.
My graphic art and commercial writing are harmonic: it’s the client’s tune with my arrangement in that two-part harmony. I don’t get paid unless the song … the social act, if you will … ain’t pleasing.