In Light As of Thought, a series of small-scale, geometric abstractions of light, I explore themes of knowing, reality, and religion. I use the symbol of the window to express the uncertainty of my own religious faith: as we view the drawings, we are simultaneously aware of the window’s existence and uncertain of whether or not it is actually there. However, as a broadly-interpreted symbol, the window also plays with the viewer’s experience of perception and reception of meaning by bearing a wide range of interpretations, all subjective to each individual viewer.