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|Shaping flow. Those guide waves are back telling me something about focus and inevitability. Looks like there are certain places that attention must go.
|There is a shift in my reality when I use the laser cutter to turn pieces of drawings into pieces of formica. That slight thickness changes everything. Potential is being realized.
|The toroidal cycle returns. Is the recurrence meaningful? The source is certainly feeding itself more than ever. What will emerge from this feedback loop?
|The chips arrive at the party. A good sign. I always read these stylized computer chips as symbols of prosperity, creativity and peak culture. A big circuit is completing.
|Mindful of balance while sharpening focus.
|Shadows of the city. Some patterns persist. Things from the past shine again.
|Toppled stacks. Return to ruin. Today it looks like any move forward will be difficult.
|A new work cycle is underway. Energy is building and a vortex is forming to transform information into art. Attention and aesthetics to every step in the process!
|Summer starts. New work and vegetables are growing fast.
|New forms emerging from old. What comes next is made of what came before.
|City cycle. Country cycle. Inner work meets outer work. The best of both worlds.
|Vertebrae. Architecture. Flow.
|Control points. Why do certain moments stand out? What about the time in-between?
|Creative energy crackling. Rapid in-the-field improvisation. Trying to catch lightning in a frame.
|Today a crane don't ask me why.
|Three panoramas: a wood texture I'm planning for my next artwork, the quiet space of my mind's eye and a memory of my traffic simulation software.
|Pools overlapping. June's lingering sunlight blends the days into a continuous awakeness. My favorite time of the year.
|The bright morning light, bunched up against the dark, is excited to shine. While evening light is stretched thiner and thiner by the length of the day.
|Big heart. Deep entanglement. Swimming together on a summer day.
|How does shifting attention effect our mental map?
|Twists and turns.
|A clear chaotic path. Interchange. Frustration. Growth. Stormy cycle.
|A cross section is defined in geometry as the intersection of a plane with a 3-dimensional body. Here the phylogon is the plane intersecting a multi-dimensional flow and revealing the form and content of a single moment.
Summer evening. Improvised medallion. Finishing cycle.
|The river feeds the ocean.
|What's not there can't get away.
|Cycle studies. Improvising on a persistent idea.
|Chip party. Don't let the packaging fool you, the real action is inside.
|Blockage. Obstacles. Irresolvable dilemmas. Debris piling up. Good practice turning trash into treasure.