The use of intuition and the factors of anxiety form the elyptical territory in which my discussion of my mechanics of creative practice occurr. Finding a voice, experiencing it becoming a character and being in a place beind it begin the architecture of sheltering a subject. The prepositional state operating between locations is that distinction I identify as a place. It is also related to the transormational object that shapeshifts its way through our lives. It is in this environment between that intuition and anxiety have directional and atmospheric agency. The underlining goal of this thinking is to develop a familiarty and language for the subject to subject contact that is made between the viewer and the artist through the object.
|Keywords:||Studio Practice, Psychology, Subjectivity|
Professor of Studio Arts, Painting and Drawing, Pratt Institute of the Arts, Brooklyn, New York, USA
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