Alexandra Kraeler Corbin

Tracks of My Fears considers the deep neural origins of our
compulsion to fabricate forms.  Much of it is dependent on fears         
versus familiarity and the visual stories we concoct to make emblems   
of these emotional events. And to be frank, we devise stories about
everything, thousands upon thousands, every single day, as a means    
to ascribe redundancy. Redundancy is the essential way we calm
ourselves down.