"PaperCut” should not be confused with the intricate art of cutting paper using the Exacto knife and scissors. It is rather a concept and not the literal nomenclature of the word. The idea came to me when my son injured his finger with the edge of a paper. Not paying any attention he accidentally slides a paper through his finger. The proverbial "paper cut" a silent slicing of a person's skin against the paper edge. The invisible, quick, and acute cut take a millisecond to register inside the brain before the gnarly pain hits you.
With this comparison to my artwork, upon first glance, there will be a slight pause of bewilderment. Upon reviewing the context, it should cut an incision within your visual perception. "PaperCut” is a journey into the sublime, visceral, and ethereal consciousness.