Artist engaging with less conscious modes of perception: touch, hearing, memory, sense of time, movement, atmosphere: when mind, body and world interact.

In the shadow

'Venus Rising': one of 12 digital prints included in this exhibition.

It is a frightening thought that [woman] man also has a shadow side to [her] him, consisting not just of little weaknesses - and foibles, but of a positively demonic dynamism. The individual seldom knows anything of this; to [her] him, as an individual, it is incredible that [she] he should ever in any circumstances go beyond [herself] himself. But let these harmless creatures form a mass, and there emerges a raging monster; and each individual is only one tiny cell in the monster’s body, so that for better or worse [she] he must accompany it on its bloody rampages and even assist it to the utmost. Having a dark suspicion of these grim possibilities, [woman] man turns a blind eye to the shadow-side of human nature.”  

Jung, C.G. “On the Psychology of the Unconscious” (1912) In CW 7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. P.35

In the shadow
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