Studio Practice | Fade In
I’ve been working to more closely align my projects and progress to my personal life rather than any external factors as I did in the past, these post end up being more spaced out than I initially planned. I tell myself there’s no straight shot forward or back and there are no two paths aligned closely enough to be ahead or behind.
I'm seeing so many artists take an apocalyptic approach, no longer creating, instead further sowing dread. At minimum our job is to absorb the times and offer a piece of humanity.
There’s no shortage of information, I’m not sold on the idea of the uninformed. I’m not in the mental and physical state to tolerate the onslaught of doom. There’s such a large void and need for beauty that when I come across works and projects that push through the noise, I find myself locked in a trance.
Everything is in progress and I don't have anything real to share—below are pieces of projects.