My love of materials experimentation and textiles is readily apparent here. There's also a subtle post-apocalyptic theme going on, what with the poisonous colors, intermingling bodies and screaming, occasionally mutated heads. Looking closely, you can also see that I reference the Fibonacci spiral. I think this reflects my reservations concerning science. Don't get me wrong: I love math and science and wish I knew more, but many a technological advance causes environmental problems. First Fibonacci, then nuclear bombs?
I contemplate adding paintings of mushroom clouds on the fencing-material backboards of this trio.
There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion. – Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
2008 to 2014, © 2014
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