Throwing Language at the Incomin by Stephen Daly. All Rights Reserved. Content probes the ways in which we communicate with one another or with nature. The psychological aspect of communication is explored by investigating how we use our senses to see, hear, think and wonder. A mix of formal, symbolic, and referential elements converge to bring viewers into a ballpark of content or associations, enhancing their experience through personal observation. Sardonic humor is often used to undermine pretense and bring levity to the dialogue. While some works incline towards reduction, others are obsessive and maximal, combining elements in a field of particles. Geometric, abstract, and symbolic forms illuminate bits of information that may collectively bring the viewer toward the intended point, an emotional condition, or a level of visual satisfaction.
With ‘Throwing language’ the endangered species is us. Our presence is symbolized by the egg to the right. While we watch many others talk and talk AT the problem while climate itself looms overhead.