The sole aim of Drews practice is to enforce upon the viewer the understanding of experience and how each and every element of experience must be carefully considered and rationalised to understand why we feel the way we feel about a specific piece of artwork and how every element down to space, colour, contrast, speed can change the way we see. Through the use of painting, multi media and film Drew is able to capture these moments, defining and playing around with the art of experience to see how a slight shift in speed or sound, colour can change completely how they feel about an artwork. When you look at the work Drew wants you to be confused, disorientated and sometimes often frustrated, but to Drew that’s the beauty of experience, even a failed one is something he finds interesting. Through short films that are repeated on a loop Drew is able to question formality and the eyes interests in rhythm and pace, tempo and repetition. Adding elements of sculpture and painting to project onto or form an installation to add a wordily physical aspect to the experience where the work can be bought out of a two dimensional form and into the real world, questioning the ideas around the static and the moving.