MB: In your view, does one's physicality reflect the soul, mind, or inner self? If so, how?
CB: Almost all human works whether artistic, philosophical, religious, or scientific, are attempts to bridge the physical world that we inhabit with the inner world of our minds. Whether a scientist relies on psychophysics to map the physics of the world onto the psychology of perception or an artist interprets a complex emotional or social phenomenon as pigments on canvas, I feel we are constantly trying to find a map of the world that fits and lets us share our inner landscapes. I use a combination of contemporary technology and traditional artistic techniques to translate my explorations of the workings of the mind into emotional attractors to engage an audience without demanding they share my deeper interest in technology and science.