TYPEWRITER

What has happened is the subtraction of the utilitarian aspects, i.e. ribbon and movable shaft. And from changing its position from horizontal to vertical, from free standing to mounted on a painted wood, the typewriter and the other objects alike, is taken out of its manual use, away from the usual accompanying office equipment.

The eye zeroes in on a form that now inhabits the artistic present, giving the integrated part a new sense of permanence and a perfectly composed composition.

By Michael McNamus, Art Historian/Consultant

No more dialectics
Typewriter diptich | 2014
"No more dialectic", Typewriter #1 | 2014
"No more dialectic", Typewriter #2 | 2014