Peripheral Contingency

This is Peripheral Contingency, my next introduction to the new Spring 2020 series.
 
A vast majority of what I do is looking at the behaviors of natural forces; pressures of geological formations, influence of gravity and flow of currents.  I think in systems, in networks that echo the force of nature, not necessary mimic nature itself.  I’m interested in the extending the focus of inquiry, to project mental trajectories.  To see things and people as moments of perpetual motion.

It’s the paradox between structure and nature, between the way images keep us constrained and still invite infinite perspectives.

Enjoy

color Photogram, titled Peripheral Contingency by lighting artist Richard Slechta
Peripheral Contingency, 48 x 48 inches, light on photo paper, ©2020
color Photogram detail, titled Peripheral Contingency by lighting artist Richard Slechta
color Photogram detail, titled Peripheral Contingency by lighting artist Richard Slechta
color Photogram detail, titled Peripheral Contingency by lighting artist Richard Slechta