© Darren Tynan 2014.
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In a modern era, the terror of the infinite and unknowable, something Cézanne called ‘iridescent chaos’, is depicted here with a sense of awe and cognitive uncertainty created by a mechanistic force. The observer struggles to comprehend a reference point for the depicted form’s magnitude, which is accented by a breakdown of clear visual coordinates.
The geometry depicted in Infinite parallax of the geometric armadillo is presented as a kind of swirling mechanical mass; a seemingly organic fractal bacteria spreads across the underneath of this structure. The intricate architectural patterns of the machine manifest outward from a compressed mechanical nucleus. This nucleus contains the energetic embodiment of the structure, trembling with intricate fragility and remarkable solidity simultaneously; each structural remnant echoes outward in a Fibonaccian spiral.
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