My studio practice consists of me fiddling around with materials, ideas and experimentations. A lot of paintings and sculptures that I make in the studio do not get exhibited because I usually cannibalize them or use them as a tool for further learning.
I like to play scientist in my studio by breaking, mixing, burning, and soaking anything I can get my hands on. This process is important to my practice because it is how ideas and concepts are developed. This approach to creating also allows for me to be free of judgement while physically working through ideas.
Once I feel that I have built a particular knowledge or connection to a material, idea or narrative, I then use what I have learned from my experimentation's to focus and channel my intentions into a more developed and finalized art piece.