Philosophical Sketchbook (2015)

In this collection I play with art eytmologies reflective of PreSocratic tropes which engage the sense of person to node like branchings of language, the singular "Appeiron, dialectic, syllogism, chiasmus...and the sense of an underground poetic engaging language radicals to immediate perception.

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The motion sensor medium is prosodic, engages physical rhythm of making as it invents a material virtuality strongly bonded to a verbal visual space in which form as tropes of extension in space and in which morphemes of the physical and verbal link to M-> Orphic sensibility of the bow and the lyre: of Apollonian and Dyonesian resonance taken into information architectures. The drawing mode creates many masks out of its streamings which also map their own form and this interplay between vector and rastor , trace and rhizome condition my perception towards transgression and contingency in the metonymy of a kind of particle accelerator of the drawing virtuality in its diegetic chords threads and strings of cyber sleeve loops, morphology topology and topography.

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  • Year Created: 2015
  • Submitted to ArtBase: Monday May 18th, 2015
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    • edwinvangorder, primary creator
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Artist Statement

Zeno's paradox of the arrow which cannot be identified in motion to any particular freeze , or state, is evocative of Narcissus, of Medusa and in particular photography and cinema as electing towards language a conception of indices.. Yet:a post nominilist critique might enable the perception that things cannot be put into language only because they are already there under the auspices of semiotics and phenomenological embedding which drawing, and in my media: motion sensor drawing is a kind of Structuralism in the making...revised to a sense of the neurological and semiotic blending of tableau and environment to perception of conflux over "oscillation" only of object and subject.

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