Fly is gender-less, a dandy who is clever, funny, and unfazed. In search of constant gratification, they can sometimes be distracted by hedonistic impulses, but their nonchalance and prolific production makes them strong. Their work is existential and romantic. Fly’s aesthetic is esoteric, heavy, and painterly. These are landscape paintings of overlooked modern relics, such as culverts, and sewage drains, or overly varnished and obscured self-portraits. Their references Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Hans von Marées, James Ensor, Gustave Courbet and Ull Hohn.