Horowitz explores the relationship between signifier and collective unconscious by investigating production of meaning through unfamiliar forms.

His works illustrate a complex web of meaning to define an era in which the proliferation of technology to access information erodes physical boundaries among noncontiguous peoples, spurring an unprecedented dissemination of cultural information and evolution of cultural production.

Characterized by gestural marks and vibrant colors recalling diverse influences, the pieces question the cultural hegemony that excludes the majority of cultural production from a dominant discourse shaped by market demands, often at the expense of authentic representation of a universal human experience.