Original Image by Noah Freidman-Rudosky for the New York Times | Photo Composite

Lithium Salt Flats, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Sunday, April 15, 2012


christine corday; protoist series
Christine Corday. UNE, 2008. 508 West 25th St. New York, New York.

a somatosensory experience ultimately allows the senses to inform identity or self with an unknown or an abstract. Forms of the PROTOIST series are prompts of this experience; not to be collapsed into or as "object" but rather as a relative, interconnected yet open marker of experience itself. object has been indoctrinated as an encounter of the term and meaning of "other", the Forms of the PROTOIST series explore dismantling this habitual, often sight-dominated, separateness-–to experiment informing one's self in the perpetual encounter of object without reinforcing other-ness but rather expanding the definition or object of "self." 
object, other, and self in quotations serve as abstractions from their known terms-–blurring their edges of distinction.

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