More Than The Sum Of Its Parts – Part 2


Yesterday I was telling you how Zak Smith’s art was the starting point in this little project of mine. At the same show I got to see the work of another favorite artist IRL, Dominc McGill.

Moloch - Dominic McGill
Moloch – Dominic McGill

 

Again there’s a lot of mono with splashes of color, intensified contrast. I love the mishmash of text in art, increasingly it’s something I use in my own work. It was around this time the Tate Modern was showing Mira Schendel.

Mira Schendel at Tate Modern
Mira Schendel at Tate Modern

 

Much of Schendel’s work was displayed hanging so you could walk round, through and between the pieces, be involved, enveloped, almost engulfed.
So I’m aborbing this work, there’s an osmosis going on. I’m gathering ideas and doodling them together.

Some Klimt, some Zak Smith. Little bits of color
Some Klimt, some Zak Smith. Little bits of color

 

Elements are coming together to form something new, something else.

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Not so much with the straight directions and the boxy, something else.

 

I really don’t know where I’m going with this, but I’m riding the wave.

Gallery postcards, chopped up, collaged.
Gallery postcards, chopped up, collaged.

 

Destination is way down the list.  Would probably be a distraction right now. Fuck destination.

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Some of everything. With faces in.

 

As is my way (whenever I can) I moved on from here to screen printing. I’ll show you where that went next time.

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