As I see it, an artwork presents an intermediate reality between the natural sense-perceived world and the non-sensual interior objects of consciousness. The work itself is, of course, a sense-perceived natural object, but the organization of form and color originates in consciousness and is not in itself part of the natural ecological framework that supports our physical existence. My work, being done using my body (as opposed to using electronics), also implicitly maps the mechanical structure of a human being. I believe this creates a synergy between the world of consciousness and that of physical nature that potentially presents a complete human perception of our Reality.
The artwork does not represent anything. The apparent objects in the framed space are perceptual constructions of our consciousness and the material the work is composed of simply is, just like a tree or the sky. None of it requires interpretation. Because the patterns have a source in another human being, they may resonate in you and produce thoughts and emotions. Those are objects of your consciousness. It may be that the origin of those evoked objects is the same as the origin of mine. Insofar as they are, the artwork serves to remind us in a profound way that we are not so separate as we think. This commonality, for me, is the root of the Reality of everything and I am in love with it.