Making is a ritual of remembering and becoming, an experience which necessarily recognizes intuition and instinct.  And yet, the experience matters little if it is known.  To create is not to illustrate, but to inhabit difference, to become other, and to respond from within it.  I have always been prone to abnormal perceptual experiences.  I see shadows walking around the room, red orbs fluttering in the upper right corner of my consciousness, bright lights and static washing over my vision, and waves of energy and sound that dissolve my sense of spatial cohesion.  Through these encounters I have realized that there is no separation between self and other.  I create to become the experience.  I create to become other.