Standing in the wake of Voyager 1, I have to ask what it means to participate in a story that I did not write but have entered into. And therefore, I have to consider the implications of my studio practice as it moves along the scope of an infinite backdrop. Knowing that a spacecraft has surpassed limits I thought could never be reached, to draw the stars is to come to an understanding of my own limitations and to make myself aware of the potential inconsequence of my work. For me, this has begun to establish a posture of humility rather than cynicism. Measuring the meaning of my gestures requires focusing on the point where my own personal narrative does not drift into insignificance but becomes a matter of secondary importance.