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process notes # april 2014: Narrations of indeterminacy  
Posted 4/8/14

Narrations of indeterminacy ”What chaos and rhythm have in common is the in-between- between two milieus, rhythm-chaos or the chaosmos. ” (Deleuze and Guattari, 1987:313) The awareness of the ephemeral and fleetingness of nature can be perceived underneath the visible surface of an artwork. As I view a drawing, the nature of it can be viewed through both an outer and inner openness to its mysterious depths. Just as one creates an artwork, it evolves through an intertwined st... [more]

the hour of the star  
Posted 2/26/14

Process notes February 2014 “Do you know what I really want to be? A movie star…Did you know that Marilyn Monroe was the color of peaches?”…”What makes you think that you’ve got the face or body to become a film star?”-c.l. The canvas shows a visible structure that reminds of the way one can view a person’s outer structure, the edge of the sea, or a mountain from a distance. It is there in front of one, a physical, structure outside. I c... [more]

art as sharing space  
Posted 11/22/13

Process notes November # 2013, Art = sharing space Is it possible to live a life sideways stepping out of a fixed linear thought? Is it possible to mend together dissolved identities or obsolete words by creating a space that makes sense in the spacing, the “being-with”(Nancy) others in a space? For instance, does a finished painting visualizing a rethinking of space become a visual representation of the indeterminate of aporia? Is it possible to step aside and understand how t... [more]

Notes # 9, october 2013  
Posted 11/1/13

Notes # 9, october 2013 The process of creating a painting is a process of cohabitating. It is interesting to start by facing a classical dilemma of a pictorial operation: ” How to approach a canvas?” It is through the classical structured representation of painting that I am able to depart from my own paradigms of painterly articulations. The point of departure is the point where the canvas is no longer a canvas. The canvas and I disappear and dissolve into a realm of abstract... [more]

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