Artist's description:

Art that presses buttons.

My paintngs are individual, and each serves as a specific firework, though the process is built upon as I tend to work in series, or steps, whereby an entire process can be transmitted, a bit like stepping stones across the ocean. Each image carries an individual meaning, and each series presents a journey comprised of these individual components.

The science is of the eye. The art is of the creative. Possibly an integration of the right/left symmetries of the brain, and thereby an integrational approach to consciousness science, one of the most fascinating topics of today.

In the left eye, a simple radiant patterning emerges, whilst in the right eye, fractal versions of each of those images arises.

Certain mystic knowledge states that the left side of the body represents the past and the right side, the future. Thus implying a temporal progression from non-elegant past to elegant future.

Furthermore, current research indicates that "fractalization" is a compression scheme that has no limit, comprised only of constructive interference patterns, so you would be training the body, at least in an information sense, to store things more efficiently (anti-stress)

Lastly, as the brain integrates these two images it would find the very algorithm that maps the incomplete left (past, diseased) to the right (future, wellness, integration).

Uncoupling that algorithm from the visual centre (possibly with meditation, or other metaphysical means) might allow it to become a template for a path the entire body can take - Self Healing.

This is normally done through the third eye, but there would be no problem moving patterns through the physical eyes, since those neural paths are already robustly in use (albeit for trivial purposes, relatively speaking).

As the third eye is stimulated, a physical response occurs, and the wise can learn to 'bookmark' such an experience, and use it as a stepping stone for growth and healing.

Materials used:


The Yoga of Sight - Torus Study 5 (2018)


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