What if we could intersect objects with one another, form unions by adding one object to another, and subtract objects from one another? This way of fusing and deconstructing elements is known as a "boolean" in many computer software programs. This painting asks "what if the boolean effect could be applied to objects and architectures of everyday life?" How would our world look and feel as we adapt our environment to us in realtime?
Universal Interpretation: This painting invites one to contemplate the "boolean effect" relationships in one's own life, from social interactions to one's own ability to change oneself or one's surroundings.
Architectural Application: This painting sparks exploration into how interactive and responsive architecture may function in the future, as such spaces flex and adapt by fusing and deconstructing themselves through physical world "boolean effects".