...for anyone I have not responded to in a timely manner please accept this blog as an apology and a promise to catch back up soon! I followed a job to Washington DC and the whole process of moving (bi-locating with DC and Colorado really) has been very complex and all-encompassing.
I have a lot of observations from this transitional experience and it is interesting to think of which part of the whole thing is actually 'relevant' to my DA blog. One thing that comes to mind is to focus on aesthetic gestalts which took over my perceptions as I was traveling back East that surprised or shocked my senses. For instance, I was appalled by a feelin
For the last month or two I have been jamming about a year of learning in computer languages into a time-space about one sixth the original size. This kind of hyper-dense study is definitely psychotropic, especially with regard to subtle but pervasive changes that happen at very basic perceptual levels. I am having a hard time expressing this artistically however. Obviously there are deep architectural connections between software and the kinds of artifacts you can make with that same software...but I am looking for something that is paradoxically both more direct and more elusive.
What I am trying to do is find some way of expressing the be
I have been looking at the galleries of artists working in a similar vein and most of them have 10 to 100 times as many views per deviation as I do! Wow...what does this mean? I personally look over my own gallery and am quite engaged by it, I think for two primary reasons.
a) there are certain kinds of complex images that are kind of unusual in style which relax my mind because of peculiar aspects in my perceptual and cognitive makeup;
b) I have specific history with each piece so the gallery acts as a kind of diary of my life in pictures.
Obviously, neither of these is a particularly good reason for SOMEONE ELSE to visit the gallery! So.