I’m comfortable with ambiguity because a good question is more powerful than a good answer. Mystery drives curiosity as certainly as speed threatens sensitivity.
There are times when an answer is necessary. However, I’m much more interested in the complexity and poetry of life, and I’m naturally drawn more to the questions.
When Megan and I design artwork, sometimes we think we know the answers to the questions our art asks, sometimes we don’t. Either way we design the art to ask the hard questions because that’s what good art does…and well, sometimes we’re wrong.