I am submitting some of my creative body of work from 2017: images from an immersive installation called "A Child Was The One That Turned On The Switch." It is an interactive, game-based experience with theatrical elements. With cardboard and other recycled materials, I constructed puppets, kinetic sculptures, animations and cartoons, creating environments that guide the participant through a series of playful realities. "A Child Was The One That Turned On The Switch" explores theoretical physics, including black holes—a region of space with a gravitational field so intense that no objects or light can escape, the Holographic Principle—which suggests that we emanate from a flat, two-dimensional field, and the Simulation Hypothesis, which proposes that we are living inside of a computer program. Alongside these theories, there is the mind of a child and the world of make believe. These are all ways of investigating where God/The Creator of the universe is located, and how to free ourselves from the society in which we live through the power of imagination.