Tuesday, January 27, 2009
I can't seem to break away from the use of the circle and the concept of elements to conform a whole. This piece like all my others is conformed by a group of elements, which I call Cells that eventually when added to one another will create the piece...
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
..."Klee deliberately embodied polar opposites in his oeuvre.
His style played between the organic and the geometric, the linear and the chromatic, the analytic and the spontaneous; his imagery encompassed representation and abstraction, the personal and the universal, the terrestrial and the cosmic, all within a profoundly harmonic whole"...
If I can ever achieve this sense of equilibrium, I will know then I have arrived...
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I am interested in the expression of something deeper than a pure aesthetic concern. I mean to express that which is intangible, that which we cannot touch or see, but only perceive or feel. It is holistic, it comes from an internal place. It involves responding to some higher, inner voice.
I have an almost compulsive necessity to crystallize in a material form the ephemeral within me.
In that sense I am extremely influenced by outsider art. Like them, I pursue the artistic expression of my inner self. Because this is an altogether internal, invisible world it tends to materialize in an almost surrealistic way. This inner representations are never static, like Life itself they are always in flux, in constant metamorphosis.
Another pivotal influence in my work is the Art of Frida Kahlo. Her imperative desire to represent the changes and transformations that were occuring within her physical and spiritual being are extremely inspiring to me.
In the end my work is always a result of my interest in Nature and Life itself, where everything seems connected into one multi layered, textural, infinitely complex organism.
I seek to represent "Qi"-that of which everything in the Universe is composed-
"Qi" is matter on the verge of becoming energy, or energy at the point of materializing.
As a concept, or a reality, "Qi" crosses without hindrance between the fields of philosophy, art, spirituality, natural science and medicine.
In this respect my work could almost be perceived as kitsch. Because, it is kitsch to attempt to repossess an experience of intensity and immediacy through a material, physical representation.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
This entry is to open a new chapter on a fresh page...
I am about to start a new piece, don't quite know how to start...
The concept is sort of like this:
Its a textile piece. Elements of the piece connect with one another creating illusions. Things are above and below. There are layers, there is depth and there is relief.
I want to look at images of cells and other organisms for inspiration. This piece will represent my own relations with the world, with Life and Creation...this is not a religious piece...it is though a highly spiritual and absolutely personal, intimate view of Life...
I want to use printing in this piece. I thought it could be digital printing...but that could put a restriction on the size of the piece...unless I piece it together?...
More images, sketches, ideas coming soon...