There’s a rhythm. A deep breath that causes the paint to stray from the destined route. Using the limitations of the body, there’s an emotional blur of concrete moments that take up space and time.
This lexicon of marks is an evolving language; symbols meant to bridge the thoughts between what is known and how it is felt. Keep Still is a reflection on this process. Flooded acrylic pigment, intentionally rakish graphite marks, and torn paper - these new works are a study of the relationships found through consequential shifts in perspective.
My solo show, Keep Still opens on Saturday May 5th, 6-9pm at Hashimoto Contemporary. Here's a first look at what to expect: