I had a vision 23 years ago where all matter became an infinite plane/plain of light; everything including me, the viewer, was fluctuating superimposed data: it was an ecstatic experience. There was no one specific method or action which brought me to this point; only a focus on personal concepts of love, kindness, wishing others well, and how my being is connected to people, places, and things near and far away. How can I describe something I cannot quite define?
Visually, it was light brighter than the sun, but it did not hurt my eyes; combined with a state of energetic bliss that felt like my being was billions of ecstatic particles. It was not only from some external source, but arrived in a dream that was processed by my mind, but is so much more than a singular cognitive event. The omnipresent resonance of this event trains my focus on the mysterious foundation of matter, energy configuration, and nonlocal consciousness. It reveals to me over and over that everything is from this foundation of possibilities. It is what I see, feel, think, and am compelled to express.
But the focus of my work is not the vision or the person who had it. The focus is on entanglement. Recognizing that my individuality is an entangled part of a massive/infinite whole… I create art about this perspective. I use blank pages and canvases as a reflection of this infinite plane/plain of light perspective and add lines, shapes, colours, forms, and sounds as entangled parts of this perspective.
I create my art to express my own curiosities and to capture what life is like for me in the moment the work is produced. I share it with others to communicate that I am an individual rooted in and created of the same thing as everyone and everything else.
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