As a child I would close my eyes at night and see a blank space. In my mind's eye, I started creating shapes. I would think about the relation of similar shapes and how they fit together. Once I tried to imagine a shape shrinking in dimension. I saw the side lengths shrinking in size, and moving ever further away from my perspective. As I approached the object with my mind's eye, I realized that the perspective change involved in shrinking your point of view was no different from the perspective change in approximating a distant object. Other realizations of this kind were made. A lot of my art is conditioned by these thought experiments and seems to me to be a manifestation of this mode of thought.
A special thanks to Max Morse for the art photography. Please check him out!