⚡️ Visit Drop ⚡️
When: Thu Sep 30 2021 18:30:00 -0400
Type: Fixed Price
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When you start to strip away all the things you don't really need, or maybe you have some of the basic things you want - at some point you have to ask "what do I really need?" I was thinking on this subject and making compositions around concepts of what I need: a place to be, just left alone, and something transcendent. Those are needs in the most true and basic sense. Uncluttered by all the detail of getting from A to B, the reality of dealing with cleaning and eating and all the paperwork it takes to exist - not those things.
These are what I need, I think - at the very core of it. A place, some time, and something to pursue into infinity.
These are explorations of geometric compositions, used mostly for their colors and for their gradients, rather than for texture. I needed the colors, mostly. By scaling and reducing what are actually very complex glitch patterns the pieces refocus our attention on the most basic elements - making them the focus.
Take the very most basic elements of life, and try to focus on those.