If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Conceptual, Digital, Installation, Photography, Video
interested in capturing the esthetic moment of the reinterpretation of graphic intent by the forces of chaos.
About my artwork
As the residue of life has continued to collect upon my creative vision, I have found the camera to be the most reliable tool in the revelatory process of meaning making. Revisiting urban settings to study public surfaces I focus on markings left behind by the ebb and flow of humanity. Within my viewfinder a combination of expressive events congeal and the first step in my re-interpretive process is taken. These intermixing manifestations in this corrosive landscape of deconstructive reconfiguration trigger insights for me into the aesthetic nature of randomness. From this I attempt to reformulate what I am discovering into discernable photographic statements—statements designed by chaos itself. An unmasking of the sequential scheme into a continuous field relationship allows the viewer time to re-associate image fragments and events into a cognitive whole. A new design distills in the context of each arrangement equating to the momentary significance of the work.
Artists I like
Arron Siskind, John Szarkowski, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Man Ray, Bernice Abbott, Edward Weston, Eugene Atget, John Paul Capanigro
All areas and types of photography and graphic design. Video and electronics leading to the direct perception of the aesthetic experience.