Rhetoric :Chords Threads and Strings (2015)

The traditional moods and modes of rhetoric as ethos pathos and dialectic have over time yielded in the usage, the discourse which ethos and pathos condition beyond the inevitable "oscillation" of subject and object are in that conditioning formative to what might then be called a virtuality. In cyber drawing, a virtual realm in it's own right I have followed these chords threads and strings in this project which note, accordingly the following denominations of post nominilist critique towards a feeling that things can't be put into language only because they are already there. The deterritorializations that accord are prosodic as: issues of identity usage and being ethos pathos and dialectic interactive, immersive, generative logical, expressive, nominal phenomenon, noumenon, noema ( subtle expression) trace, rhizome, stain tableau, environment and semiotic niche opposition, union and intersection( Morphological arrows-> Boolian sets) trope aporia and aphorism Issues, Pragmatics, Projects

and various other psychological colloids as they occur to the elasticity oflogic as the globality­ the plasticity of art.


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the cyber loop as inherently self reflective while linked to motion sensor drawing becomes my means examining the pattern as Lacan defines it a fundamental concept of metonymy and towards this extension in space of part and whole there become to my drawing the convolulum of drawing pertaining to movement in mind and matter within the minds concept formative means embedding phenomenology and semiotics, trace and rhizome, vector and rastor.

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  • Year Created: 2015
  • Submitted to ArtBase: Monday May 18th, 2015
  • Original Url: http://Archive.org/
  • Work Credits:
    • edwinvangorder, primary creator
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Artist Statement

Ethos pathos and dialectic give the underlying concordance of Kants "the conditions of experience are simultaneously the conditions of the objects of experience". These conditions have many denominations and gradients into contemporary experience.

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