Carlos Cuellar Brown
A balancing act suggests two sides to an axis, two sides to a flip, white and black, large and small, empty, full, young and old, us and them, good and evil, life, death, humans, earth. What if this is a lie? What if there really is only one side? No divisions, only wholeness? The dual ..read more..
Seer’s and Visionaries are people that experience visions in their minds eye. At times these visions may be forecasting events yet to happen. These visions reside in a place I call the imaginable. A place where time, past, present and future all come together. When the imaginable invokes a vision from the future, it alerts ..read more..
Technology has been sold to us as a panacea, as the solution to all our problems. Technocracies bet on false promises that foster a future of longevity, eternal youthfulness free of disease, in leisure and hedonistic paradise, surrounded by serving robotic slave appendages that do our menial labor, dirty work and expand our perceptions. In ..read more..
In 50+ years of Intermedia, we have been pointing fingers at mixed media crossings in an attempt to define its theory and genre. Looking for an object in dialectical interstices, attempting to describe the essence of a thing and not the conscious experience itself. As such I sustain that Intermedia only happens in experiential space. ..read more..
Sympathy involves at least two entities in a relationship. It can be said that when two bodies resonate at the same frequency they are in sympathy. Since prehistory sympathy has ignited basic human communications. Sympathy is an empathic concern that is triggered in the presence of inequality or distress, usually related to pain felt by ..read more..
One of the big discussions in philosophy, cosmology and metaphysics is whether the universe is meaningless and indeterminate, essentially an aggregate of scattered star debris speeding through space randomly in an open system where the law of entropy rules; or is the universe a meaningful and predetermined closed loop designed by a graceful hand in ..read more..
Opsis I, 2012, digital pigment application on canvas, 38 x 58″ Courtesy of Algus Greenspon Gallery, New York Opsis IV, 2012, digital pigment application on canvas, 38 x 58″ Courtesy of Algus Greenspon Gallery, New York In my mind’s eye, I could see a glowing dot bouncing off a stale and unusually warm NYC spring art ..read more..
image via MIKEFRACTALS, MORTAL COMBAT Is humanity today less violent than it was 10,000 years ago? Does civilization play an evolutionary principle in our ascension? In nature, beauty and extraordinary violence tango together conjuring a marvelous reality that can turn brutal. Humans are reminded of this paradox from the very first full experience outside placental walls. ..read more..