Art of The Oldowan
the ancient Soul of Africa,
our root & collective unconscious,
flows as liquid motion,
with no separation
between the material & the spiritual.
All human art reflects
something of this.
"Clay becomes spontaneous shape-shifting potential during flow,
& when finally resting in a particular ubiety,
It is done, but not complete"
No-thing is that which is still not in expression.
In the larger picture No-thing is Every-thing on-hold.
This No-thing is also no time, & the world as we know it does not exist.
The on-hold could translate as shape-shifting potential,
not yet configured to collapse into a possible Some-thing.
The intention of Spontaneous Sculpting is a naked experiential surprize, best described as,
“Where my soul meets the inevitable.”
It is a following of the existing unadulterated inukshuk lines in the lumps of clay to express whatever is unfolding; to use that potential that is still No-thing, & bring Some-thing into fruition.
Only one of each Sculpture is casted in bronze (Original) - once casted the mould is destroyed, ensuring the uniqueness & value of each bronze piece.