Title

What Deconstructions Begun (A Series)

Creator

Reese, Tyler C.

View

Installation View

Year

2011

Work Type

painting

Material/Technique

Oil on Wood

Dimensions

Three 96 x 48 x 2 in. panels

Filename

http://library.lclark.edu/seniorprojects/images/_img__24_34120.jpg

Artist Statement

deconstruction. imperfect manipulation of an imperfect medium. what's mine and what's yours. what adds and what subtracts. push pull. give take. what reaches deep in thrusty grabs. process. line. disintegration of the body. the dissolving nest. the dissolving frame. the corporeal frame. vanity. vexation. extravagance. overabundance. enough! or too much. that guilt. that hiding. that running. that falling. that sharp line cutting. following a path. choosing a path. stability of the past: instability of memory. altered memories. altered states. altered countries. humanimal. i cannot escape it. mother land. mother's milk. milking the day. milk to grow strong. how is it i extract strength from the milk i drink? dust. rust. lust. touch. depreciation. decay. stained. tainted. neglected. overexposed. underprotected.

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Work Type

Citation

Reese, Tyler C., “What Deconstructions Begun (A Series),” Lewis & Clark Senior Art, accessed April 17, 2014, https://library.lclark.edu/seniorprojects/items/show/1309.