Historical Drift, or: If You Say Something, See Something is a playful exploitation of American fear and contentment. Thumbing the cliff notes of history in search of lost ideals and complicit behavior, finding comfort and complacency within. Taking stage in a satirical display of black and white morals, the work, utilizing an educational and theatrical aesthetic, offers dramatic solutions to imaginary problems, allowing violence and vice to shelter us from the complexity and uncertainty of reality. The problem has become beautiful, but the solution has turned ugly. There are no more characters, only caricatures. There is no story, only it’s bare bones: conflict and resolution, and it is in this liminal space that these sculptural gestures exist.