There is an afterlife for fragmented imagery.
We cannot expect the form before the idea, for they will come into being together.
The landscape is an idea, a tradition, a thing with its own rules and history…
Do we want to return to a comforting idea of normality? Or would we prefer to take the opportunity to try and build a better and more just world?
It’s great while the money lasts but quickly seems like a crumbling empire when things go bad.
There is no fundamental beauty and there is no fundamental truth.
Grist for the spectacle.
The only consolation is output… turning all that ‘inspiration’ into something else.
The city is the greatest invention of the human race.
In essence, Paul Davies’ art explores the ways images are made and how they are produced…