I don't know why I don't know.
Based on Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
Humans continually question the purpose of our existence while our faithful canine companions do no such thing, experiencing their lives with boundless optimism. The photographs in I don't know why I don't know depict Max hemmed in by a concrete environment with little color variation, mimicking the bleak atmosphere of the words from Samuel Beckett's existentialist masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. In I don't know why I don't know, the dog stands in for human inquisitiveness, drawing a parallel between Max's literal seeking and the metaphorical self-exploration that we humans engage in so regularly.