'It could be said that Picasso didn’t have his blue period because it was a time of social depravity and depression. Blue paint was cheaper than red paint. Simple. The colours only reflected the mood the pieces created because the viewer wanted it too. There is a fear of simplicity in art. Taking something at face value is unprecedented and we are always searching for something more. Somehow there is a belief that a longer more complex explanation for something adds meaning and substance to our banal lives. as students in the art world who are constantly asked to define our pieces, you come to be familiar with the term “bullshit”, what we thought was a simple object is no longer just that. we believe that if we look at something as simple as a white box we can explain the injustices of the world and the divide between races, gender inequality and human sacrifice. Maybe it is just a fucking box. In a way this series is mocking the artistic world, in a way it is describing the relationship between what we see and what we describe, in a way it is looking at Marcel Duchamp’s urinal piece and saying “bullshit.'