Partly it is cognitive science, since all subjects naturally adhere to functions of the brain;
partly it is mathematics, for the precise formulations of relationships, terms, and central concern for patterns;
partly it is poetry, for the peculiarity of observation, rhythms of insight, and the images of its emergence;
partly it is art, for its operation in the sensorial and social domains;
partly it is spiritual, for the incompleteness of logical systems, and thus the interdependence of perspectives,
and also the vitality of direct experience–communion with reality, by way of ritual with our human counterparts; so it becomes religious.
Hence, a central goal in my work is to establish a working vocabulary for protean and liminal behaviors, especially in the domains of art and science,
which frees a trajectory of experience to address matters in the poetry of its accord.