Bending the subject matter from idol worship to self-worship, Curiouser takes a fantastical look at the consequences of self-absorbed choices. The surrealistic landscapes of these works move the figures from the dangers that might be perpetrated upon them in Woods and Groves, to a satirical but more eccentric and self-destructive environment. This nonsensical place is a distortion of reality that could only exist down the rabbit hole, where checkerboard floors and impossible transformations aid the narrative of self-adoration and entitlement. The figures in Curiouser are totally given over to this lifestyle; they have polished their reality into a hyper-idealism and found power in self-indulgence. Comfortable and secure in their choices, they are unaware of the true dangers of this delusion or the temporal nature of their existence.