Monthly Archives: May 2015

Products of Experience, Products of Thought. The translation of navigations… phase 2

The transformative process of both individual works well under way at this stage. The delicate process of allowing total spontaneity over the need to control can be a damning one. The moment conscious consideration is exercised can be the moment … Continue reading

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Mirroring Reflections

If a butterfly flaps it’s wings….

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Products of Experience, Products of Thought. The translation of navigations… phase 1

Roughing out… discipline, relinquished… Transformations. I will continue to construct and deconstruct in this process allowing the subject and medium to lead me and visa versa, allowing emotional responses to the subject matter to guide only. As I record these … Continue reading

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Products of Experience, Products of Thought. The translation of navigations…

Brain storms to product forms.. Words taking form, symbols interpreted, experiences 3 dimentionalised. … etc ┬áBrain storms and words re-traced into pattern forms.. etc…. words visualised in abstract form, onomatopoeia in a visual sense referring to the word itself..   … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect Continued..

Precursor Butterfly Effect Text: How is adversity, decay, destabilisation, suffering, chaos, trauma, illness relative to utopias? If a butterfly flapping its wings in Oklahoma can cause a car crash in Kansas then equally so it can be argued, can cause … Continue reading

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