Julia Morrisroe, Transitions Are Rarely Abrupt, Lee Gallery
These paintings seek to still the noise of relentlessly streaming information and data, from my phone, my car, the airport and TVs everywhere. I’m attracted by the lack of hierarchy in this information (natural disasters, Justin Bieber and local traffic jams afford equal air time) and at the same time repulsed by it. All information is equal and the illusion of democracy is pervasive. The unconscious mind attempts to make sense of this sensory overload, to sort it, arrange it, and make images from it.
|Transitions Series #3224, 11.5 x 12", Acrylic and Polymers on Paper, 2013|
|Transitions and Thresholds a-nr 12-1, 72 x 43" Acrylic and Polymers on Canvas, 2013|
|Transitions Series DKN_Edges 1, 11.5 x 12", Acrylic and Polymers on Paper, 2013|