Faceless Portrait: Me Meditation

I will be presenting `Faceless Portrait: Me Meditation’ to members of the De La Warr Pavilion Crit Group on Thursday 29 June. I am looking forward to discussing this work with the group.

Using digital space and objects, in a digital 3D environment, I am exploring its potential to weave a narrative to examine the sense of self in a portrait. The images enclosing the bust present aspects of personality, while camouflaging and then influencing our perception of the image. The face is disrupted, but not excluded – it is a faceless portrait.

Inside looking out.
I collect, make, and see.
My face is not me.

Me meditation
Kinaesthetic centring.
Ignoring the boot

 

I am working on a number of these portraits and will post them on YouTube throughout June.  

Your comments are always welcome.

Faceless Portrait: The Very Centre

Faceless Portrait: The Very Centre, is my submission for the Sussex Open 2017.

Using digital space and objects, in a digital 3D environment, I am exploring its potential to weave a narrative to examine the sense of self in a portrait. The images enclosing the bust present aspects of personality, while camouflaging and then influencing our perception of the image. The face is disrupted, but not excluded – it is a faceless portrait.

Inside looking out.
I collect, make, and see.
My face is not me.

The very centre.
Dad is every thing I am.
Nothing left unused.