taking a second look at this space

taking a second look at this space

For something to be important it must ignore the trivial, the modest and the unassuming. It is also said that the still life explores those things which lack consequence, the things that ‘importance’ continually overlooks.

But when these ordinary objects interact with their surroundings a new equivalence occurs raising the presence of these everyday things to the status of special. A modernity results which exists outside of time.

The whole does, in fact, become other than the sum of its parts. Producing a timeless combination of atemporal iconography.

With more thanks and apologies, this time to
Norman Bryson and Kurt Koffka.

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2 years ago
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