Monthly Archives: November 2012

Internal Spaces

  Striped Corner Internal Spaces refers to interior rooms and empty, derelict locations. They represent seismic upheavals within the mind: internal landscapes; the corner of a cleared office, the leftovers of a kitchenette, the bare bones of a ransacked room, the … Continue reading

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Denouement

   Dark Ramp ‘Artist and city both display themselves in hiding. Psychoanalysis had shown the unconscious mind working in a similar fashion; Brassai prowled the dream-time of the city exploring what Walter Benjamin, in 1931, called ‘the optical unconscious’…. In … Continue reading

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Snowscape

  Tank Freeze             Ego Death: ‘Many methods, practices, or experiences may induce this state, including prayer, sleep deprivation, fasting, meditation practice …. or the use of an isolation tank. It is suggested that individuals … Continue reading

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Incidentals

  Picket Fence Spillage             Adrift

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Sacred Space

    Blue Shroud    White Shroud ‘Shroud usually refers to an item, such as a cloth, that covers or protects some other object. The term is most often used in reference to burial sheets, grave cloths or winding sheets, such … Continue reading

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Concrete House – Concrete Thinking Series

This half built house lies on the outskirts of Moutieres. In its bare state it sits as a perfect sculpture, one large enough to roam through.  Nestled between rock and concrete I find my mind can wander freely, finding presence in empty space, … Continue reading

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Suburbium

Latin: Suburbium – Sub (under) Urbs (city) Subconscious – according to Freud: ‘a repository for socially unacceptable ideas, wishes or desires, traumatic memories, and painful emotions put out of mind by the mechanism of psychological repression.’                                                                                                                  – Wikipedia 

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