Basic Reality and its Fictive Levels of Possibilities is an intimate documentation and critique of his experience growing up in a society that worships the sacred paper-chase. It draws a comparison between societal expectations and his process of self-discovery.
Paper – one of our greatest inventions, serving as both archive and vehicle for humanity's accumulated knowledges, finds itself at the forefront of his works as he ironically redefines our understanding of a paper pusher. The presentation of the works encourages the viewer to look beyond it's two-dimensionality – the same way we should be approaching the polished exterior of our gleaming city-state. It recognizes a need to break the chains of conformity in order to transcend the cultivation of a muted hive-mind which threatens to stifle individual uniqueness and creative growth.