as our minds grow and become more knowledgeable, they also lose this sense of innovation and creativity. why is that, and what can we do to change? what can we do to become more astute and artistic at the same time?
a child’s imagination holds the key to countless worlds, animals, and people. children have the ability to see, feel, and believe anything that they think of, just by letting their minds run wild. a child’s inability to rationalize and distinguish reality from fantasy makes them so powerful, and at some degree, unstoppable.
these pieces are a small representation of our primitive memories, or at least how we remember them to be. our perception creates concepts based off of what we recall from our youth, which is inevitably influenced by our current vision. the MUSHing together of our adolescence and adulthood recollections serves as the basis of this entire collection.