Tuesday, 12 April 2011

A Groundless Ground


Heidegger's groundless ground, Abgrund, and Lévinas' il y a, the primordial question mark which fills the space prior to being and after non-being.

A rejection of objecthood and a human fundamentalist urge to purge the inscrutable and replace with the intelligible.





Succumbing to sensuality, and accepting this abyss.

An eternal return of origin.




The work is the ovum, the spectator the sperm.
My practice is a personal zeitgeist, whilst each piece is its own epoch.

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