Monday, September 22, 2008

an urban distaste for the concrete

Sketches can be preserved as legends to stories, and paintings serve as a code with which to read the meaning behind an artist's work.
Within my interests is a specific concern with language. what could be the possibility of a common language of the subconscious? Misinterpretations abound within the language of visual symbols. In the end, words "mean" nothing, they have no value in terms of material worth. Beyond matters of currency, however, I would say most people today have developed "an urban distaste for the concrete" (a line from the Great Gatsby).