May 12th, 2007


The idea that an enthography is ‘personal’ is probably a little redundant. How can a person create anything but something that is already impossibly personal? In other words, how can you objectively observe yourself or anything else without it being tinted by a bunch of random variables (memories, associations, landscapes, factoids, etc)? Maybe I’m just hung up on this.. A lot of my work has been in some way about this problem. I don’t think that I have come to any particular clarity about this – nor do I think it (clarity) is really that necessary.

Anyway.. The above are a few more ‘maps’ or ‘ethnographies’ or ‘pieces of plexi-glass and canvas with paint and markings on them’.

The painting sitting on the floor is a riff on ‘benediction’.

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