I discovered Keith Edmier's work on INSTAGRAM, lol. Since I'm fond of research, I'll share what I discovered and leave you with links for additional reading. Edmier's work is highly conceptual as most Contemporary art is. Meaning: the idea behind the artwork is considered more important than the work itself. The viewer needs additional information about the artwork and/or artist to fully understand or appreciate the artist's intention.
For example, Edmier's artwork The Kelly Bag (Salmacis) at first glance simply looks like a glass purse with fake flowers inside of it. This piece was exhibited as part of his Regeneratrix exhibition at Petzel Gallery in 2015. The show places historical references from Greek and Roman mythology on modern objects. The Kelly Bag (Salmacis) has a much deeper backstory than meets the eye:
Hermes > Greek god of religion and mythology > Hermes bag > Grace Kelly wore a Hermes bag to cover her pregnant belly from the paparazzi > Edmier creates a glass version of the Hermes Kelly bag > fills bag with a cast-from-life reproduction of Kelly's bridal bouquet of lilies of the valley
The artist requires the viewer to know all these references to fully appreciate the meaning of the artwork. In Edmier's case, I think his work is aesthetically beautiful on it's own but I do like the challenge of uncovering the depths of his references.