Using processes similar to those found in practical chemistry (rotational agitation, various ink formulae and substrates) Jarred Wright has produced a collection of “master sheets” and then borrowed another concept from the scientific disciplines: microscopy to single out the small ink “cells” to be reproduced in larger scales. This allowed him to examine the shapes as individual entities and to enable further visualisation as possible three‐dimensional objects.
These prints present themselves on an almost unconscious level as character portraits; snapshots of random mutations that exhibit unique organic qualities ‐ each one with its own individual fingerprint. They are Rorschach‐esque mirrors created with as little human intervention possible and display a tidal patination caused by the gravitational ebb and flow within the containment of the liquids surface tension.
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