The magnificent mysticism of doing installations for me personally is they only ever exist once... even the "same" installation done a million times will never be exactly the same. Back in 2015, Installation work was my entry way into an artistic practice for creating art beyond the eyes of my own. Not knowing I was pursuing art while simultaneously pursuing art synchronously unfolds into the unknown of what my installations aim to commentate on... our relationship with garbage, technology & man and how they touch consciousness on an infinitude of levels still being created... What I am really trying to say here is... I never photograph my installations. It is there when it is there and then blows away with the breeze. These are the few photos and gifs I have of what I have of some of my light sculptures I would use to construct an installation to a central theme of space and time. All of these sculptures have now returned to the trash where they came from <3. If commissioned and funded, in a half of a heartbeat, I would build another beaming brigade of geometrical, hominoid photonics for our senses to feast upon, and our brains to question upon how what was once trash can emanate evocatively with such bright, beautiful light.