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To create, rather than fabricate, each moment as it arrives in balance between natural occurring events and learned processes.
Showed work at:
Agora Gallery, SOHO NYC
Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, Chelsea NYC
Boston Public Library
Gallery For Social and Political Change, Boston
E-Zines published work in Danmark, Russia, France
Chosen for cover “Lamenting Bones” by Jeremy Spindler
2005: Showed work at:
Boston Public Library
(National Film Board of Canada) contacted by artist to
submit my works and writing for possible airing.
Listed by the GSCE of England, (educational references)
Chosen for cover by Henning Olsen Band (Danmark)
On art, Brian Morrison 11/04
from the very center
Touch the seam
to open windows
canceling thoughts which
Jury questions lengthy
Open sills, curtains
outreached hands toward the sky, night
open, see open
fresh new action
the everlasting peace of tranquility reaches out and touches me
I ask myself this question.
Following is a fitting quote:
"It is important that the artist should be highly educated in his own art; but his education is one that is hindered rather than helped by the ordinary processes of society which constitute education for the ordinary man. For these processes consist largely in the acquisition of impersonal ideas which obscure what we really are and feel, what we really want, and what really excites out interest. It is of course not the actual information acquired, but the conformity which the accumulation of knowledge is apt to impose, that is harmful…. Blake… knew what interested him, and he therefore presents only the essential, only, in fact, what can be presented, and need not be explained. And because he was not distracted, or frightened, or occupied in anything but exact statement, he understood. He was naked, and saw man naked, and from the centre of his own crystal…. He approached everything with a mind unclouded by current opinions..
"But if there was nothing to distract him from sincerity there were, on the other hand, the dangers to which the naked man is exposed. His philosophy, like his visions, like his insight, like his technique, was his own…."
-- www.bartleby.com ("William Blake")