"When I was younger and depressed, I used to make really dark emotional art. Later in life I started doing the opposite as a means of escape. I used to think that making highly charged emotional art would help me get rid of the poison that was roiling in my veins, but by simmering in the negative emotions it prolonged my depression. Now I make art to escape, and like to think about my art as little windows to other dimensions you can peer into devoid of the physics and laws of this Universe."
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