...For the Sake of Free Vision - Gallery 2
Hosted @ DVAA - May 2nd - 13th
Free vision, like free speech, is fundamental to a free and creative life. Josef Albers argued that free vision must be open to multiple points of view.
I work within a narrow visual language, but I try to explore it as fully as possible from multiple directions. All pieces are printed by hand or on a press. Some are cut apart and reassembled in new patterns.I use triangles, lines, and textures within a controlling grid. Triangles are defined and held in position by the rectangular cell of the grid. I push and pull the grid, and rotate the triangles to create points, lines and planes, sometimes as positive shapes, sometimes as negative space. I invite the viewer to follow my explorations for the sake of free vision.