We live in a world of increasing interconnections. In this series, I explore visual possibilities for connections and interconnections. The text may be humorous, anbiguous, paradoxical or all three. My intention is not only to stimulate introspection but also to reflect upon the many kinds of connections, broken connections, missed connections and interconnections there are in our world, including scientific, historic, technological, social, political, personal, spiritual etc.
Connections constraining connections. (Text on top + bottom.)
All drawings markers on paper. 17" x 14"
Too few and too many connections.
Connections limiting connections.
Toxic connections formed by invisible toxic forces.
Connections coming apart.
Connections turning toxic/shaped by invisible forces. (Same text top + bottom.)