I don’t know if this has ever been answered, but what I know is that I’m a huge fan of surrealism.
It’s a medium that I love, that I look at in a way that I think I’m able to relate to.
That’s what drew me to it, and that’s what makes it a good fit for me as an artist.
So for me, the way that surrealism has always been viewed is that it’s a kind of a kind, or a sort of a very personal and vulnerable kind of thing.
In that sense, it’s not really a medium for the mass audience.
It is a medium, however, for people who have this kind of vulnerability.
So, what I’m saying is, for me it’s this idea of being vulnerable.
I think that’s one of the things that makes it so interesting for me to be involved in.
I mean, I’m not saying that this is the only way, or the only thing, that people can express themselves in these ways.
But it’s interesting to me that, as an art form, it can be very vulnerable.
That you can be exposed to so many things and feel so many different kinds of things, that there are these very different forms of expression, and I think it’s really important for people to see that.
But also, I think the thing about the medium that we’re talking about, that the people of the world are using it for, is the fact that it is a sort in which the viewer can be aware of this vulnerability.
It doesn’t mean that the viewer’s being a victim.
It means that they’re not being forced into a kind a certain kind of self-loathing.
And I think this is really interesting for us to see, in this moment in time, this new kind of medium that is in which we are able to really look at the people who are using this as a form of expression and see this vulnerability in them.
That really excites me, to be a part of that.
It really does.
I’m definitely not saying it’s going to be easy, but I’m excited to see what happens.
I want to be part of it, I want this to be something that I want people to be able to understand, and then have that sort of sense of this kind in which they are able and they’re able to express themselves.