Monday, September 15, 2008

The bookman's self portraits

Specimen 1: A study of self portraits depicting identity overlapped by one's personality. The man sees or does he want to?

Specimen II: Visions and hallucinations, reality and fiction, the man here is caught in between

Specimen III: Masked within a skin not his or of his kin

Feinin: An postmodern art term which implies the remapping of existing iconography to inject a sensory faculty of a present history overlapped over annals of history. Feininology is a homogenization of the self and it attempts to breathe life into the epochs of time where meaning is questioned by the manifestation of its infinitive placing.


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