Bristol, acrylic, string, water // In collaboration with Scott Wilburn
Fusing color, in traditional rorschach techniques, although primitive is innately visceral. The moment the author lets go of the paint on paper, control is relinquished from human hands to literal physics of paper absorbency to liquid ratio that results in the final two-dimensional form. Color theory, a much debated about and revered notion in art and architecture is one that continually resists neglect. Here primary colors are used as points of departure and analog blending modes are applied to each rorschach leaving behind impressions of different shades and textures.