Thistles, Glyphs and Ciphers (2016 – ongoing)

(a)

Visualize a transitional likeness of the natural world – not landscape, but information – in which each picture-building component is a signifier.

(b)

Categories take over, as each picture edges away from the particular and tilts toward a set of circumstances.

(c)

If this exercise is to be genuine and successful, it must begin by establishing the connection between sign and sensation, and this connection must persist.

(d)

It’s worth remembering that it serves no useful purpose to deconstruct what Beauty is, unless you’d like to get rid of it.

what should I be seeing?