Certain objects are sublime in themselves: the noise of a torrent, profound darkness, a tree flung down by the storm.
A character is beautiful when it triumphs, and sublime when it struggles.

"I understand," said Bouvard; "the Beautiful is the beautiful, and the Sublime the very beautiful.”

But how were they to be distinguished?

"By means of tact," answered Pécuchet.

"And tact—where does that come from?"

"From taste."

"What is taste?"

It is defined as a special discernment, a rapid judgment, the power of distinguishing certain relationships.

"In short, taste is taste; but all that does not tell the way to have it."



Presented in "Executive Producer" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca, 2014.

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Theres always truth behind just kidding
a little emotion behind I don't care
a little pain behind it's okay
a little I need you behind leave me alone
and lots of words behind the silence.(I-III)
, 2014.
Print on metallic paper, blue acrylic, custom frames.
30 x 36 cm each.

Seven duck paintings, 2014.
oil based paint on raw canvas.
50 x 60 cm each.

Us-Me (FC-O), 2014.
Chrome chain, keychains, magnets, nails.
Dimensions variable.

12. Muzzle, 2014.
FedEx box, foam packaging, tape, blue acrylic, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness CD.
48 x 40 x 40 cm