Monthly Archives: December 2017

Never Comes Back

Walk all over
Dreaming about
Images presented

Art is not necessarily founded on conscious resolutions. Part of the fascination is the surprise of end results.

“In fact, hyperrealism must be interpreted in inverse manner: today reality itself is hyperrealist.” – Jean Baudrillard

Liberate Forces

Intrinsic value
Free-flowing energy

Disassociating experience from intentionality, things become more like their unconditioned self. Aesthetics can simultaneously grasp both the insistent universal force of differentiation and its infinite specificity. Each epistemological modality touches and simultaneously eludes the other.

“Intuition is the joy of difference.” – Gilles Deleuze

Whatever Comes

Graceful way
In fragments
Night seasons

A sense of peaceful solitude descends under the dynamic night sky. Reconciling the unfathomable, spiritual inspiration is found in the realm of cosmic appearances.

“Out of this which is unreasonable, reason in the true sense is born. Without this preceding gloom, creation would have no reality; darkness is its necessary heritage.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling

Upon Arrival

Current disposition
Emotional baggage
Positive arrangements

Distinctively unique in resplendent neutrality, terminals are spaces of active transition.

“What you are you will carry with you.” – Louis L’Amour

Meanwhile Midway

Seek within
Memory retained
Describe secrets

Colored lights and associated movement transforms the carnival midway into a fantasy oasis of night-time illumination, an insistence of coherence gathering together.

“Pure intuition, the forms of space and time, belong to the constitution of any experience.” – Bernard Freydberg


Terminal Infrastructure
Midfield concourse
Underground tunnel

Airport terminals often include aesthetic lighting effects that create a disorientating distraction from the business of transportation.

“It can hardly be a coincidence that no language on earth has ever produced the expression: As pretty as an airport.” – Douglas Adams

Event Progression

Crossing time
Continual present
Temporal distinction

Wandering spontaneously within established boundaries, freedom always operates limited by constraints. The past increases and the future recedes, unless time is infinite.

“Time is the longest distance between two places.” – Tennessee Williams

Formal Analysis

Physical nature
Shape dimensions
Expressive sensation

The successful engagement of mere reflection is initiated by a pleasurable precognitive achievement. Radiation patterns become complex at the structural entrance, as reason initializes in the formation and judgment of sensation.

“When the form is in place, everything within it can be pure feeling.” – Chris Kraus


Possibility limitations
Absorbed activities
Accept truth

Photography has the potential of illuminating experience by revealing essential truths expressing a deeper sense of reality.

“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” – Oscar Wilde

Verti Go

Spinning movement
Vestibular system
Repeated episodes

In the carnival landscape, a midway tale of visual control coalesces around a manifold of stimulation.

“Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.” – Madeleine Elster