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Mixed Media, August 2017
Original. 50 x 70
After watching the news and seeing another administrative authority within our government use the concept of “doublespeak” to avoid answering a question,  I decided I would make a series of visual paintings showing how words are absorbed through the ear canal of the average human brain. In this painting, I wanted to visually interpret how language can play such a vital role in understanding ourselves and each other. The “waves” of friction swarming around each letter overlap, confuse, and paralyze each letter as speech begins to be absorbed by the subjects brain. The letters in this image show the exact moment when they begin to fall down the stairs toward the brain-soup below. Marcel Duchamps’ “nude descending staircase” was used as the model for the cavern-like brain.

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Dimensions 50 × 70 in