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“Fake? Yes. But it’s actually about much more than that!
Being interested in destruction and self-destruction is a deeply human thing. The experience that comes from the act of destruction is quite possibly the simplest and most direct acknowledgment that one is alive. Decay and growth are continuous processes and intrinsic to our world. Whether a creative process is seen as constructive or destructive is a matter of opinion, a matter of morality.
The creation of images of destruction it is probably the greatest paradox in the art. Stories conveyed through images or sounds can be stronger and louder than the certainty that these tales are not based in ‘reality.’
I want to play with violence without becoming ‘weak’ in the process and using it; I want to tell a story, a fairy tale.”