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Acceleration Still

  • November 6, 2009
Acceleration Still

“Acceleration still; Cocooned escapes, you, me; X-1 Papillons” Mixed media on aluminum; dimensions variable. A 2D-3D-4D Painting>Sculpture>Installation  A two-dimensional painting, hung three-dimensionally, to be reconfigured over time. The initial image is a lepidoptera wing containing a collage of hundreds of aircraft blueprints. The initial sculptural configuration is a form suggestive of a cocoon, an airplane cockpit, an aircraft engine. The  27'x16' flat painting (on 288 aluminium panels) are hung three-dimensionally  over, through, and around a metal infrastructure....

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For the Record

  • March 4, 1990
For the Record

For the record (pun intended), below is a re-re-post of earlier musings -- not theory, but experiential -- from daze of yore. Pre-web ideas behind the remix/sample/collage/recombinant art. (Later posted on my first clunky website, mid 1990's): An arrangement of works on panels, begun 1996. This iteration exhibited 2002: Example of early sliced collages with a visual A/B/A/B/CC rhyme scheme (made and exhibited in Tokyo 1988-93):   "I paint information. This is 'stored' within a unifying shape--for example, mathematical equations contained inside the form of an African...

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