Artist T. Klumpp (b. 1969, Houston, United States) works in a wide range of traditional and digital media. By experimenting with aleatoric processes, Klumpp formalizes the seeming-ly coincidental emphasis on the conscious process of composition behind his varied body of work. His artworks directly respond to the surrounding society and culture, and use our everyday experiences as a starting point. Often these are instances that would go unno-ticed in their original context. By comparing and contrasting the divisions between the realms of time, space, creation and dissolution within the realm of human experience, Klumpp integrates elements of the avant-garde and the post-modern as a form of resistance against formalised systems of belief, and of being. Through a conceptual approach, multilayered images arise in which the stability of our seemingly certain reality is questioned. His works are aesthetically resilient, thematically interrelated material that il-lustrate our collective narratives and feature connections that make it possible to reinvent our relationship to what art would have us question or value. As such, Klumpp develops forms that do not always follow formal criteria, but are based largely on subjective associations and parallels, which incite the viewer to make new personal associations.