This week I have been exploring what is contained in the box and how it affects the relationship of chaos and control
As Gilles Deleuze writes
‘art is not choas but a composition of choas that yields the vision or sensation, so that it constitues as Joyce says, a chasmos, a composed choas – neither foreseen nor preconcieved. Art transforms choatic variablitiy into chaoid variety…’
Exploration of Frames
How perfect is perfect and sloppy, sloppy enough.
For the frames I have been producing, there was a conscious decision to create them teetering on the unstable. This can be seen as not intentional enough (those strange words again). Therefore I created frames in every way I could think of, bordering on the perfect to a disaster, however there is still more to be filled in but here are the few so far.
These as a collection are remarkable pleasing, the mixture of straight to nearly straight with completely the opposite has produced lovely group. Each has a personality of their own, together giving an rich aesthetic appeal.
These has to be my favourite so far, I like the nearly perfect and the nearly unstable, the understanding that they could possible be that perfect or messy but there not, they are refrained, controlled enough or not enough.