Monthly Archives: June 2009

Compression of Files and Pressure of Hand

I will own that art is a physiological integration that I express by mediating photography and drawing beyond their implicit sets of environmental information and sculptural suggestion into a dimension of freeplay beyond easy analogy- (there is analogy and then there is analogy). Physiological functions are reflexes integrated at the cerebral cortex where drawing and […]

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Sensory Integration of Sculptors Drawing

Given that my art involves drawing imbedded in photography I recognise that my work is involving the sculptors drawing with its contemporary context. The sculptors drawing is always a rather different sort of thing… and reaches back to argument long ago in the Renaissance about the comparative values of painting  as reflective of the eye […]

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