Didactic: Risk and Revival

“Relief Printing” –  exactly that. Literally. Entrenched in ink,  the static composition of synchronicity between lines, bombastic colour and a juxtaposed adaption of jettisoned rejection. Slips and the reversal of images.  The print feeds and aborts, becomes vulnerable. Freedom and casual risk combine with an ability to acquiesce that which quenches the thirst for sharpness, the need for good design and the absorption of knowledge.  Leaving curiosity to play with anguish, antagonism and discord, free will roams without rest in places that offer desire. Poorly thought out lines later transfer to paper, leaving a blotchy, superfluous, semi-vagrant spectrum of colour, translated by the eye into marks and nouns.

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