“Us As A Logo”, works by Geoff McFetridge.
Theses are great!
These are great!
I really love the people huddled together!
Mcfet is my hero
I once had a dream that a bunch of people were huddled around in a circle, and they had to wait for their turn to talk, taking the metaphorical torch of the groups’ attention. Once it traveled around, people instead tried to cut into the center of the circle, counter-clockwise to the current speaker, to be seen and heard even sooner. Soon, everyone was all tangled up, to such a degree that no one could escape, and it was all an indiscernable mass of body parts. They fought, or had sex, and eventually new babies were being born and immediately intertwined into the convoluted human-spaghetti. It was tragically absurd.
A few of these paintings are reminiscent, perhaps inspired by an archetypal subconscious sense-memory. Thought I would share. Hope it was relevant. Good paintings, Mr. Geoff.
i once had a dream that a bunch of people were were huddled around in a circle, waiting for the chance to listen. a conglomerate human tentacle of silence.
Minimal but they say so much. These are very great. Thanks for the share!
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