I am on Sal's side. I enjoy using wit, irony, parody, satire to make my point or no point at all. It just happens and I can't do anything else. There is a bubble, somewhere deep in the soul and it lies around making itself useless and finally pops to the surface in the nick of time to express the next thought. And thank goodness for that.
My thoughts are ordinary. That's the fun part - taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary. In so doing I am happy to bend the rules and see what happens. Stuff just happens. Call it post expressionist, pre expressionist, never expressionist, surreal, abstract, conceptual ? whatever ? but I aim to employ the imagination and intellect of the viewer via the bubbles and smile in the process.