Chris Tsen’s work seems to value process over product. Slow repetitions and gradual developments of gesture give his process a meditative quality. Color is applied in almost web-like patterns that often overtake the surface of the work, at other times the patterns remain suspended in nearly static formations of densely applied color hanging in fields of empty space. His work is about his overall experience. It concerns his feelings of happiness, and his sensations of the space he works in. It is about the colors, the light, the smells, the time of day, the ceiling and the floor, the walls and the windows, the table, the sky and the music.