Image Descriptions I
Image Descriptions II
Image Descriptions III
EXHIBITION IMAGES III
The Only Three Views of Everything I, 2006-2007
(from Geome Two)
Pigmented inks on paper and acrylic urethane paint, on aluminum, 137 x 538 cm (54 x 212 inches)
Derived from an extensive cycle of highly refined geometric shapes, the Geome Two series yields simple, iconic formal groupings like this one as well as dense sequences of forms subsumed into overarching configurations. Such sequences and groupings propose almost architectural structures.
The Subject in Question I, 2006
(from Geome Four)
Pigmented inks on paper, mounted on aluminum, 228 x 457 cm (90 x 180 inches).
In the Geome Four series, the geometric forms become building blocks of superstructures pointing to the non-duality of existence. Here, the twinned panels, so similar in appearance, actually manifest male and female presence.
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