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Bēhance

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This is an ongoing study of the juxtopositions of the worlds of humankind and Nature. The examples of this are found in the contrasts of order and chaos. "Order" is represented by elements such as Pattern and Symmetry. "Chaos" is represented by the variety of bewildering forces that threaten our well-being as well… Read More
This is an ongoing study of the juxtopositions of the worlds of humankind and Nature. The examples of this are found in the contrasts of order and chaos. "Order" is represented by elements such as Pattern and Symmetry. "Chaos" is represented by the variety of bewildering forces that threaten our well-being as well as our desire for sustained order and permanence. Also, there are a number of curious similarities between the two that challenge our view of Nature. These similarities are illustrated primarily through comparisons of Patterns. Read Less
David Caesar's chief objective is to suggest that the world is a dangerous place, particularily the natural world. This suggestion, if accepted, will in theory solidify our understanding that Nature is a tangible force and disrupt our sense of separation from it.
The bridge between art and language is concrete, but one designed for one-way travel. The connection between these two elements is illustrated most intrinsically through the realm of the unconscious. We dream in images that are realistic enough for us to believe that they are actually occurring as the imagined eve… Read More
The bridge between art and language is concrete, but one designed for one-way travel. The connection between these two elements is illustrated most intrinsically through the realm of the unconscious. We dream in images that are realistic enough for us to believe that they are actually occurring as the imagined events unfold. The images are essentially carried by the story and cannot happen any other way, in any medium. This is a somewhat difficult fact for the image-maker to accept, since all mediums are at their strongest when the role of storytelling is undertaken. Read Less
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