Interesting article re Art and AI
Curious to see the below video corresponding mitosis with colonialism. I think of the painting field as homeostatic and it would perhaps be interesting to put together an animation to illustrate it Colonialism as mitosis
Timelapse of the future (video) As if through a window, a single point then line, a universe, and back again – animated sketch of a single line drawing: note to self: The universe inside the black dot/macrocosm, microcosm
Header and above images: Drawing in Random Mode, oil on card by JWR Aeon online: The music of all time is a duet between order and disorder?
When a painting is reaching its conclusion I think very carefully of how to title it. Untitled does not work for me. In making the paintings I have become absorbed into their wordless worlds, making naming not an easy matter but titling is a way to clarify the work further in my […]
The elusive nature of philosophical justification link
Watch a single cell become a complete organism in six pulsating minutes of timelapse. The above, endlessly inspiring and informing in ways relevant to pictopoiesis – what wondrous things there are to see online!
“And then it struck me” (previous post). I knew that phrase but couldn’t remember exactly from where, and then I remembered that is was from the famous Negative Capability letter of John Keats”. The notion of Negative Capability is something which I have applied to my painting, in pictopoiesis, and I wrote about this in […]
I am thinking that in this article is correspondence with an essential principle underlying pictopoiesis: that the material reality of the painting and its beginnings with the fundamental building blocks (the black dot “atom”), is what the painting all works back to, and traceably so. In fact, how closely this principle of pictopoiesis, of material connection with source and origin, […]