An Iris’ Phototropism, Undefined

Posted: December 11, 2009 in Page 2: Early Work

2003
Dimensions: 127 by 87 cm, framed.
Media: Paint canvas with wood sheets.

Wood sheets with notches integrating a lone iris: Hallowed ground, solid sky–what may seem to be empty space seems to make what is there stand out that much more, notably the iris. But does this iris stand out any better than the simple yet elegant geometry of the wood sheets notched together at their corners? And however different these visual elements may be in nature, aren’t they all of the same unfathomable nature in the end? Indeed, the true beauty of our seemingly chaotic nature is that it includes, at the same time, a discernable sense of geometry.

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