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[on putting themes in his work] Occasionally someone talks about it to me or asks me about it, but I'm really not thinking that much about it. After the fact I'll be able to say, "It was that kind of show, wasn't it?" But while I'm making it, it's generally a case of "it just happened to turn out that way." people who make visuals... I don't mean just with animation, but photography or ...
He often fills his work with multiple themes and all sorts of allusions, making them more complex than they appear at first. He refuses to (at least fully) explain his works in order to leave them open to any interpretation by the viewers.
His works focus on the theme of revolution: of changing the world or rebelling against accepted norms and taking risks, to the betterment of oneself and others.