While you are enveloped in sleep, JoKa is toiling into the night stippling acrylic paint to blank facades, using images of styles and faces of yore. Having a penchant for meticulous and detailed work led JoKa to his method of hyperpointillism, wherein he uses only toothpicks to apply his tiny dots of color. Although his images may be skewed from direct interpretation, the meanings behind his work are usually dark in tone and leaning more towards a devious nature. Currently residing in Philadelphia, he has exhibited from coast to coast as well as lands afar.
Sometimes things must be taken apart and scrutinized to understand their full meaning. Human interactions are subjective to the aspect of each individual viewer, and therefore, one can only assume the understanding of the other partaker. If miscomprehension occurs or the lines of communication get fuzzy, without detailed blueprints it is sometimes hard to put the pieces back together.