"Spam Cans is my first public exhibition of a digital work and loosely a 21st Century historical upgrade to Andy Warhol’s first exhibition. Colin Colorful in a way is Warhol's reincarnated soul. Less than an artist, I consider myself an art director and loosely associate myself with transhumanists philosophically and the post conceptual New Imaginist movement artistically. Artists cannot compete for visual beauty and artistic complexity much longer with the advent of AI, our tools are waking up. I am intrinsically, as interested in the ideation, the imaginative processes and intellectual underpinnings of the art work, as I am in its’ craft or its form aspects. Like other New Imaginists, I eschew a personal biography as context for viewing the work, as it blurs and boxes, but ask that you use art and human history as a biography instead, so as to see the work in it fullness without the personal biographical blinkers, that may bias your best efforts. What I like to focus on, is the journey of the work from primal meme into and through your mind and in this case millions of other mind's, into the memesis and it's subsequent mutations and lives therein, that interest me most. I am also interested in the interplay between the three realities: physical, memetic and the new digital reality and how art can inform and educate us, about the relationship between and within them" Colin Colorful 2009.