ink, graphite on Somerset paper, 2012, 23.6"w x 23.6"h
What drives us to seek information? What happens to the knowledge we accumulate? How does the human brain process information? Reflecting on these thoughts, I pursued my interest in concept-based abstraction with this series of ink paintings on paper. Compressed geometric shapes move beyond a central square, become distorted, transformed, muted and/or disappear into a white sheet of paper. They are constructs representing the information and knowledge we absorb and eventually lose, remember and/or forget.
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