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"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

(detail)

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

The installation, “Random Misfirings of the Brain” is constructed of branches and paper, painted red, orange and blue. These colors and it’s branching connective structure are borrowed from the visual vernacular of scientific models of the human circulatory system, a nod to my lifelong interest in natural science and information. The individual drawings that comprise it form a complex interwoven mass of an ambiguous shape that shifts and changes as one moves around it. It may be experienced as a drawing in physical space, or as shapes and lines woven together that form an impression of the rhythm and complexity of visual experience and noise spiralling, circulating and accumulating around and within us in perpetual states of change. It is a metaphor for a growing collective consciousness that is a by-product of the information age. It’s component elements belong to my personal language of form inspired by natural and human-made patterns.

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

(detail)

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

Red Navigating White

Red Navigating White

Cut Paper Wall Relief
100 inches (dimensions variable)
2015

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." –Albert Einstein

Red Navigating White (detail)

Red Navigating White (detail)

Cut Paper Wall Relief
Approximately 100 inches (dimensions variable)
2015

Akimbo

Akimbo

Cut Paper Wall Relief
(this piece can be fabricated in metal for indoor or outdoor wall installations at any scale)
Shown here at 7 foot height (dimensions variable)
2015

Akimbo

Akimbo

(detail)

Akimbo

Akimbo

(Detail)

Synapse

Synapse

Acrylic Painting on Paper, Cut and Woven
50 x 65 inches
20145

 

Synapse (detail)

Synapse (detail)

"Synapse"

"Synapse"

Installation at Aljira Gallery
photo courtesy Emily Tumbleson

Complexity

Complexity

Cut Paper Wall Installation
Approximately 60 inches wide (dimensions variable)
2014

Navigating Color I

Navigating Color I

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
2014

Navigating Color II

Navigating Color II

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
014

Navigating Color III

Navigating Color III

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
014

Momenta Art

Momenta Art

"Splitting Seconds"
at Momenta Art Spring Benefit, 2015

Linear Properties No.1-7

Linear Properties No.1-7

Woven, cut paper, pins
dimensions variable
2015

Linear Property No. 1

Linear Property No. 1

Woven Cut Paper
10 inches in height
2015

1_Intermittent White.jpg
Splitting_Seconds_Letven_Momenta.jpg

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

(detail)

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

The installation, “Random Misfirings of the Brain” is constructed of branches and paper, painted red, orange and blue. These colors and it’s branching connective structure are borrowed from the visual vernacular of scientific models of the human circulatory system, a nod to my lifelong interest in natural science and information. The individual drawings that comprise it form a complex interwoven mass of an ambiguous shape that shifts and changes as one moves around it. It may be experienced as a drawing in physical space, or as shapes and lines woven together that form an impression of the rhythm and complexity of visual experience and noise spiralling, circulating and accumulating around and within us in perpetual states of change. It is a metaphor for a growing collective consciousness that is a by-product of the information age. It’s component elements belong to my personal language of form inspired by natural and human-made patterns.

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

(detail)

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"

Storefront Window Installation for
"Activate Market Street"
77 Market Street, Newark, New Jersey
January 30-May 30, 2016
Cut paper, branches, wire
Approximately 9 feet in diameter
(Dimensions Variable)

Red Navigating White

Cut Paper Wall Relief
100 inches (dimensions variable)
2015

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." –Albert Einstein

Red Navigating White (detail)

Cut Paper Wall Relief
Approximately 100 inches (dimensions variable)
2015

Akimbo

Cut Paper Wall Relief
(this piece can be fabricated in metal for indoor or outdoor wall installations at any scale)
Shown here at 7 foot height (dimensions variable)
2015

Akimbo

(detail)

Akimbo

(Detail)

Synapse

Acrylic Painting on Paper, Cut and Woven
50 x 65 inches
20145

 

Synapse (detail)

"Synapse"

Installation at Aljira Gallery
photo courtesy Emily Tumbleson

Complexity

Cut Paper Wall Installation
Approximately 60 inches wide (dimensions variable)
2014

Navigating Color I

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
2014

Navigating Color II

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
014

Navigating Color III

Cut Paper
18 x 24 inches
014

Momenta Art

"Splitting Seconds"
at Momenta Art Spring Benefit, 2015

Linear Properties No.1-7

Woven, cut paper, pins
dimensions variable
2015

Linear Property No. 1

Woven Cut Paper
10 inches in height
2015

"Random Misfirings of the Brain"
"Random Misfirings of the Brain"
"Random Misfirings of the Brain"
Red Navigating White
Red Navigating White (detail)
Akimbo
Akimbo
Akimbo
Synapse
Synapse (detail)
"Synapse"
Complexity
Navigating Color I
Navigating Color II
Navigating Color III
Momenta Art
Linear Properties No.1-7
Linear Property No. 1
1_Intermittent White.jpg
Splitting_Seconds_Letven_Momenta.jpg