Category Archives: Methodology

Forenzic Evidence of Vision and Being

                   Forenzic Evidence of Vision and Being Borealis, 01/2011, gouache, synthetic polymer and oil on canvas (stretched), 72″x96″ The word ‘forenzic’ does not exist. It is the misspelled word ‘forensic’ that might evoke another word, ‘frenzy’.  I used ‘forenzic’ for describing … Continue reading

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The Fabric of Identity in Trans-Migratory Setting

  Winds Series #1, 12/2010, 40″x50″, gouache transfer, synthetic polymer and collage on paper Winds Series #2, 12/2010, 40″x58″, gouache transfer, oil and collage on paper. An important question of “Where do I place myself by making a painting?” was … Continue reading

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Expanded Field

The four artists whose work and methodology I analysed in my last Forum presentation helped me not only see the commonality between their work, but mostly figure out why those were the artists I wanted to write about and thus, … Continue reading

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Desideratum – Intention to Produce

Paintings, Ontology, and Self-Reflection. Sinai (Sunworks), gouache and household paint on paper, 60″x 124″ Sinai; Sunworks (detail) Sinai; Sunworks (detail)  Creating new work (new paintings) for me has become increasingly informed and driven by my research. New work appears and … Continue reading

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Coded Landscapes in Mediated Visuality

  Fresco, synthetic polymer and oil on canvas, 80″x60″Arch, tempera and house paint on paper, 30″x42″Outer Limits, tempera and oil on paper, 30″x42″Creatury, tempera and oil on paper, 30″x42″Creatury I, tempera and oil on paper, 42″x30″Creatury III, tempera and oil on paper, … Continue reading

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