Monthly Archives: February 2019

The ‘nothing’ tied to the cosmos!

Distinct and reciprocal cavities develop when mark making events are created on curved structures. So that when it is transformed to the flattened observed form, a truth about the human condition emerges – that we are tied to a 2D universe yet entangled in all its probabilities in the vastness of infinite space. 

Here are a number of pieces that will go on display at my coming exhibition at Little Bang Brewing. Details to be confirmed.

Oil on JPP Synthetic, set off a blue-mirrored back panel with 12mm spacers.
Oil on JPP Synthetic, set off a gold-mirrored back panel with 12mm spacers.
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One scorch mark tied to the cosmos

Scorched Echo Reflections, oil on JPP Synthetic, set off a blue-mirrored back panel with 12mm spacers, framed.

The aesthetic thought — use the membrane surface to create events in 3D curvature space (as a sculptor) then bring it back to the flat 2D picture plane for observation.

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