I want to go places and make events that commemorate a going. My work attempts to represent "real fakes" and to produce "imageless images." The things that I desire which are shaped by culture are fakes though the desire itself exists. The things that I desire do not exist; they only exist in our collective memory. Desire is real. Showing fakes straightforwardly without the concealment of ambiguity confirms how miserable the objects of our desires are. The imagination imposes preconceived images on art objects, but in doing so it reveals how powerful our imagination is. My work is to separate desire from its images, to separate the real from the fake. By evaporating the artifice, the reality of naked materials allows the experience of imageless images. The places that I want to go are the origins of desire. It is a dream that I am constantly interrupting.