10.15.2015 Thinking further about multiplicity and representation, I researched (and by research I mean I typed some terms into Google and saw what came up), I researched the genetics of plant seeds. I wrongly assumed that the seeds thrown off by a plant, especially from a single pod, were all duplicates of each other, but that is rarely the case. Seeds are not exact copies of the parent plant or of each other, some are larger, stronger, and more likely to survive, some weaker but bearing the story of a mid-summer drought, their survival speaking of the organisms hardiness, and some bear mutations that may shift the plant from its niche and form a new species. Now imagine the many separate aspects of a single work of art, gathered like seeds in pod, bursting upon sight, and each seed finding fertile soil in an appropriately resonant mind.
Previous DrawingHomeNext Drawing