Posts Tagged 'abstraction'

An Idea Of Rigor

The dreams of a dark abyss are a chosen hardship, like a poem. To enter into such a place is to engage in a poetic kind of thinking. Because the clear demarcations and road signs are all gone, only an imaginative, strenuous and curious state of mind will suffice to traverse the way. An idea of rigor pervades all poetic thinking.

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An Idea Of Rigor

The dreams of a dark abyss are a chosen hardship, like a poem. To enter into such a place is to engage in a poetic kind of thinking. Because the clear demarcations and road signs are all gone, only an imaginative, strenuous and curious state of mind will suffice to traverse the way. An idea of rigor pervades all poetic thinking.

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Skeleton & Flesh

New large installation works are in progress for John D’Agostino’s ongoing series Empire of Glass, found in 2012′s body of work, “Skeleton & Flesh”, based on the forgotten fragments of Favrile glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany rescued in the Great Depression.

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Skeleton & Flesh

New large installation works are in progress for John D’Agostino’s ongoing series Empire of Glass, found in 2012′s body of work, “Skeleton & Flesh”, based on the forgotten fragments of Favrile glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany rescued in the Great Depression.

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Promiscuous Visions: The Hackers At The Heart of Photography

Photographers have been hacking into the medium of photography from its very inception. Confined not just to the world of computers, “Hack Value” describes the creative ethos of an artist interested in fully exploring a System to stretch its capabilities, as opposed to an ordinary user, who prefers to use the system as originally designed.

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Promiscuous Visions: The Hackers At The Heart of Photography

Photographers have been hacking into the medium of photography from its very inception. Confined not just to the world of computers, “Hack Value” describes the creative ethos of an artist interested in fully exploring a System to stretch its capabilities, as opposed to an ordinary user, who prefers to use the system as originally designed.

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