Monthly Archives: October 2013

Developing a Thesis…

Now – after several months of reading through Borges, Baudrillard, Lao Tzu and others – I’ve finally begun to identify with the archetypal concept imbedded within the works, and recognize its connection to how my own perspective has been shaped from a live on the move.  It is a benignly simple alteration, the slightest realignment, a tweaking of perspective one assumes in navigating their interpretation of reality.  This simple adjustment, made 3 years back, has resulted in a complete change in not only my life style, but the very way I relate to the world.  It has only been within the past few months, however, that I have been able to look back retrospectively, identify with this concept, and begin to form a “thesis”.  The past few months have been busy for me, as I work my art as a basis for interpreting the evolution of my perspective.  One of the visual series in progress, entitled: “Linear Refractions”

Line Work 2

Linear Refractions #2 – early framing process

As I continue to develop my thesis, I am also setting some goals for potentially exhibiting the concept.  Pictured above is the second piece from a series that use a style of “energy drawing” to embody the evolutionary process my perspective and relationship to reality has undergone.

If you’re in the area, and are familiar with these works/concepts, give me a shout – I’m always excited to meet up for a coffee and discuss the psychological implications of coping with our hyperreality.  You can stop in the wine shop or shoot me a message here! 🙂

More too follow…


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