Wednesday, May 06, 2009

absence with presence

The painting Study for Pipitea I by Gordon Walters (1979) (Fletcher collection with its black and white complexity, is presented as symbolic of convoluted and complicated relationships and identities.
I look at the things i set out to see, and find instead a recurring theme of absence. In the absence I also find presence.

And sadly the rules of Fletchers collection site state forbid linkins to the site being made without written permission, so i have not. I note that I am allowed to print and use for non commercial purposes...another example of presence and absence.

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