Untitled (Ghost Photograph no. 155), 2013, 4”x 6”
Untitled (Jelly Stage)
Watercolor and gouache on Aquabord
Thinking of: video game terrain, turn-based systems and settings in generic, gridded spaces that are whole stages made of cubes of no-places of variable characteristics and categories (anything that can be mapped: desert, forest, city, body) — and how the human concept of infinity (as sacred) is based on what is familiar, profane, generic.
On jelly, in general:
I love the word jelly.
I hate saying it out loud, except when saying “jelly bean.”
I like jelly beans (except the butter flavor) and I dislike Jell-O.
I say “jealous.” (Gel-us).
People are pretty much jelly beans looking at things with our jelly eyes and electric jelly brains.
Did not sleep last night.
Untitled (Jelly Map)
Watercolor, ink, colored pencil on Arches cold press
Photo not so hot. Whatever.