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aesthticatclysm
04-14-10, 01:03 PM
Atlanta's Eyedrum gallery, a multimedia exhibition powerhouse in the local gallery set, will occasionally find my work hung on it's walls. Next month will be no exception, it's Visual Poetry exhibit explores the space between the written word and artwork.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_LjTaDX256Dg/S8SQf6PtNFI/AAAAAAAAAFg/R0-zJSmMIIM/s1600/the+event+horizon+of+a+cataclysm_web.jpg

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_LjTaDX256Dg/S8SlOgrQbjI/AAAAAAAAAFo/n0iy6-o4VaE/s1600/the+event+horizon+of+a+cataclysm_detail1.jpg

detail shot (about 1.5 inches square)

"The Event Horizon of My Cataclysm"
7x22 inches
graphite on arches cover


the accompanying words are not exactly family friendly, but you can PM me if you want to read them. They serve to allow you to understand the context of the work better, but purposely do nothing to explain the imagery.


Projekt30's online juried exhibition "Ultraviolence" closes voting in one week. Please help out by going and rating some of the fantastic artists there! Read the instructions so your vote counts! I've got work there but don't vote me up. I just want the event to have exposure so I can get my name and imagery out there.

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EYEFORGOT
04-14-10, 02:27 PM
Moderator Note: Please note the exhibition's name "Ultraviolence". Some viewers may find the art disturbing.

Having said that, thank you for sharing; the art is intense and skillful.

aesthticatclysm
04-14-10, 11:22 PM
Sorry about that folks. This kind of imagery is so much second nature to me that I forget that some people may find things disturbing...
I've lived through things most people don't want to even think about.
an excerpt from the accompanying text from the piece displayed here

I have been cruelly violated; and cruelly, I will make you bear witness.