Unfolding Seconds


Original Ink & Charcoal on Arches paper
14 x 20 in
35.56 x 50.8 cm
+ Signed by the artist
+ Includes Certificate of Authenticity

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This piece entitled "Unfolding Seconds" is from the drawing collection entitled, STILL-MOTION:

STILL-MOTION: A collection of drawings that explore architectural paradox in terms of poetic fluidity. Captured as ink and charcoal on paper, each drawing depicts a building existing between a solid and liquid state. This concept experiments with the ultimate notion of regenerative architecture, where a building is able to morph slowly or quickly based upon real-time need. As a humanity, we are all in continuous still-motion as the passage of time expands and contracts dependent upon our perception. Inspired by this paradox, each drawing in this collection asks: How can we evolve our relationship with time and the narratives we apply to it as we live lives in still-motion? By experiencing each drawing, one enters into a different realm of time where architecture serves as a clock-like instrument that turns the solid fluidity of time into a shapeshifting canvas for awakening deeper levels of being.