I deconstruct the techniques of common art practice, and digest them in my own ways. For instance, what is content? On a can of soup, it’s the ingredients. In the arts, it’s often assumed to be story. But story is just one ingredient. All the media, such as oil paint versa acrylic paint, are sentient content as much as “subject”, though only the most experienced art collectors, curators, or artists consciously notice this. Unconsciously we probably all notice this. And then there are all the other techniques of an artist, as small as a particular way of holding the brush, or how I paint with a whip on occasion; these things, too, are part of a work’s content. So how one approaches our societal myths of realism really give you away at this level of being an artist.