Thursday, 4 May 2017

Dark Renderings : Pages from Artist's Books

Photographic Process/Thinking
Drawings : Speculative Constructions in Photography

 Deleuze claimed that he did not write “about” art, literature, or cinema, but, rather, undertook philosophical “encounters” that led him to new concepts.  As a constructivist, he was adamant that philosophers are creators, and that each reading of philosophy, or each philosophical encounter, ought to inspire new concepts. Additionally, according to Deleuze and his concepts of difference, there is no identity, and in repetition, nothing is ever the same.  Rather, there is only difference: copies are something new, everything is constantly changing, and reality is a becoming, not a being.

http://www.iep.utm.edu/deleuze/

Layered Landscape

"Thus we cover the universe with drawings we have lived. These need only to be tonalized on the mode of our inner space."
 
Gaston Bachelard.
The Poetics of Space.