In a time where the value of image seems to have exceeded the value of identity, where instinct has been replaced by quasi-rationality, and where consistency of thought works as an indication of sanity, we have found the need to claim the opposite. We believe, not only that insanity is natural, but that it is a necessity and an essential part of humanity. Consistency of thought is an illusion; an expensive simplification of the complex experience of the human mind. The constant variation of empirical input to a subject can only result in a constant change of the human mind itself. In effect, the creational force and interpretative tendency is, and will always be, of a forever-changing nature.
As skepticism is one of the corner stones in our epistemology, so has it also been an influence on our relation to art. Whatever common factor a subject, viewer or participator may believe to find between two works of art created by us will be nothing but a creation of that viewer's mind. We actively strive for creative inconsequence in our projects as we wish to focus on the present when we create, not the past. This results in a shared uncertainty of the shape and form of any upcoming projects of creativity within the group; all we really know is that it is likely to one way or another differ from any previous work.
Should any subject, viewer or participator find any interest in what we do, we would be happy, and congratulate both him or her, as well as ourselves for being given the chance of sharing a piece of abstraction together.
Just as all that is of this world is in constant change, so are we. People will join, and people will leave. News will be shared and forgotten. Otherground will not be the same tomorrow as it was yesterday. All we can really wish for is that at some point of time somewhere, all we do and all we say will make no sense whatsoever.