By defining reality in measured, verifiable terms, science continually expands an immense archive of objective human knowledge that attempts to preclude the emotional interpretations of the scientist who has deeply invested intellectually and emotionally in the process. Cultures define reality in referential terms, through mythologies, symbols and faith systems that defy empirical verification. Art, in my mind, is a structural framework that parallels science, sometimes incorporating objective knowledge but grounded in subjective interpretations that leave room for irrational possibilities and whims. I am an archivist guided by visceral impulses in exploring our ever-changing human landscape, both physically and conceptually. I create archives and then dig into them (as well as archives created by others) to constantly interpret and reinterpret the substance of reality.