Un couth, crooked Youth has Another Loose Tooth
1. A Walk to Oblivion was Shorter Than cooked Turkey Installation, clay, fabric, dye, mixed media
2. Dreams of A Reck Loose Tooth Kingdom
Installation, sand, clay, dye, mixed media
3. Walked 9 miles dropped a Thought into the Ocean Video, collage 3mins 50secs,
4. Ancient feast Heard my Footsteps Found objects, photography
5. history of A Morphing Moon or other love Songs
Text 37 pages,
6. A Burgeoning Paradise
Found objects, photography
7. A Sea of the Little People
Installation, plaster, sand, ceramics, mixed media Dimensions variable,
8. Luring the Mongoose
Installation, fabric, plate, string, berries
9. Tim's Nightmare
Video, miscellaneous instruments 4mins 23secs,
10. Feast of the Faithful
Installation, food, dirt, found objects, discarded objects Dimensions variable,
Artiste Stätement #13
I have nothing to do with the fingers that
under and over I am repeating what I am saying. I often find those fingers tapping out work to the rhythms of jazz. Just as the mind pleases and feels. I think from the fourth mind and throw thoughts like gusts of wind, which will inevitably fly back a week from then and be a cup of water in your hand.
I aim to speak in tongues, depict the unconsolidated. I invent new ways to play in which we must run with, in order to save our lives. This play is to connect wires to find the source of a new language, as if scattering the stars in the sky and finding constellations, to find deeper meanings in myself and the world.
In a more
scattered way of choosing thoughts
to fit creation, I am being guided to the answer I never knew.
With a recurring theme of the chaos mind or the fantastical universe, I aim to show a connection
between exploring the endless mazes of our minds to find a secret of the world
we inhabit. Add a mixture to the pot, the element of childhood sight is cherished ingredient, which will provide us the foresight, as this brain is the first and purest brain to witness these secrets of nature. We will also find this brain through n a t u r e.
Through my art I hope to encourage a sense of playfulness and looseness of the self, a wandering exploration that I find is not often encouraged in our society. The ability to be imperfect, or strange, or curious in a way which is all part of the road of discovery of ourselves and the universe we feast our souls upon.
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