I was just researching around rave culture, and reading some insights into why people love rave, and the various aspects of the culture. I found it interesting that 'Kai' is interested in rave because it's doing whatever he wants to. I began this work self-directing a summer project exploring patterns and animation, combining it with audio. The work then evolved from my natural interests in rave culture that I wasn't even aware of. I was just creating work I wanted to make, unaware of intention or motive. The audio I wound up creating was a massive turning point in my visual and conceptual work.
I find these parallels to be very interesting in themselves of how my practice and rave culture are in a sense running in tandem.