Painting Practice: Current Statement

April 17, 2011

   Painting is a technology that facilitates belief.  It functions as a processing device to propagate visions.  It uses visual language to validate an occurrence.  When the occurrence is translated into such a format, it offers the viewer and painter — through the making and the viewing — an opportunity to leave such visions, such recorded occurrences, where they lie.

The act of painting keeps [past, impermanent, mortal] things — alive.  This method of organizing thoughts through an unpacking of fluctuating everyday visuals lightens an internal storage space.  It lets us return and move on from the tiresome replaying of what we once saw in order to let ourselves leave things behind and move onward with less weight.

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