I thought I was the voice of reason, now just call me Kimberly Tourette.
Kimberly considers herself a maverick, which means an unorthodox or independent-minded person or an unbranded calf or yearling. She prefers the first definition. She is a writer, architectural historian, and artist who is fascinated with understanding “the other.” Juxtapositions such as positive/negative, beauty/ugly, sublime/repulsive, black/white, male/female, conservative/liberal, past/future are all forms of inquiry in her own personal universe. In other words, she is captivated by what it means to be human. She is also a bit obsessed with simulation theory.