ABSTRACTING MAN AND ROOM IN TIME AND SPACE
'After all, do any of us know who we actually are? Although we assume that we are something solid, in truth we only experience and manoeuvre through our existence. After all, can anything really be solid?' - Nathaniel Dorsky, Devotional Cinema, 2003
Procedural drawings of further abstraction between a man and a room, taking apart what we think of as solid and still. Concept art towards my graduation film called 'Any Instant Whatever', in reference to Henri Bergson's theories on time and change.
Working towards treating the body as a series of events, lines and shapes.
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Man and room become interwoven and indistinguishable, moving and becoming one entity.
A body that comes together through movement and change, a solid object whose definition is its fluidness.
Until everything falls apart....
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