Week 3

Chapter 2: Imagination Navigation and Internal Mapping As a child, my house was full of maps (1), on the walls, tucked into folders, printed onto pillows, I would run my little fingers over them connecting place to place, but I always preferred to navigate by imagination. I would begin with the empty space just behind…

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Day 350

The Final Part to “In Which a Story Unfolds” Ink on paper and video Today’s drawing, writing, and video-reading (see below) were completed within 24 hours. Much of what I have learned of life and the world, is from books. This isn’t to say that I haven’t had adventures and experiences, for I have. I’ve…

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Day 341

Imagination and Reality or Chromoluminarism: Inspired by Neo-Impressionsim Acrylic on canvas In 1886, art critic Félix Fénéon coined the term Neo-Impressionism. The movement began with Georges Seurat’s painting “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte”. Seurat used a painting technique called “divisionism” or “Chromoluminarism”: instead of mixing colors, Seurat placed colorful dots next to each other…

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