Sean Waxman is a visual artist from Miami, Florida who works primarily in the digital medium, striving to trouble the meaning of art by obliging spectators to reckon with the notion that something created on a computer, in the domain of zeros and ones, is just as “commercially acceptable” as any other means of expression. Art can exist outside of the three-dimensional world; it does not need to be palpable. He is currently studying Gender and Sexuality Studies and French at New York University. He believes his studies impact his subject matter greatly, often focusing on the various meanings of difference and the overall confusion that comes with existence in the 21st century. Most importantly, neither content nor form has greater power or meaning.