I really enjoyed his work, especially how much of it was centered around the mind and the process. My favorite pieces were the green works where he created hundreds of pictures to re-analyze them later to uncover different patterns and connections between the works. I also really liked "from one two" where he created two drawings simultaneously. I don't think the drawings had as much of a meaning without the explaining how they were created. After explaining his process, and his intention I think you can appreciate on how the painting has captured the process and that process can be relived through examination of the piece.