As a conceptual artist, I believe that beauty is important, but it is not the only thing that matters. A work that has something to say has a deeper beauty, because the purpose and concept behind it is beautiful. What matters more than form and appearance in my artworks is always the concept of the work. This concept can be an expression of a concern from the community, a critical look at a false belief, or a celebration of the sense that surrounds the world. Ultimately, the final product may be beautiful, but it is also important to consider if it adds something to human thought, solves a problem, or creates or eliminates a belief.