This work confronts the conflict between our everyday activities and the fleetingness of our existence. We are dragged through time and through space, but ultimately we are unavoidably lost in a swirl of oblivion. Given this dissonance, I questioned the meaning of our everyday activities. Can we find satisfaction in what we do? Why do we even do it? The case I try to make largely refers to myself, which gives my work an undeniable autobiographical component.
Eisentrager Howard Gallery at University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010