A set of six images were extracted from the Brain Storm video in this limited light box edition.
In the video, a man and horse travel through an ink-wash landscape. Sometimes quiet and atmospheric, sometimes turbulent and moody, the landscape changes while the man and horse walk on unwaveringly.
In the tradition of Chinese landscape painting, it is typical for the viewer to travel through a mountain range and seasons. In this ink-wash painting-video, the travelers are a pair of silent companions that weather through a landscape that is an abstract reflection of the storms of the mind. The live-action ink-painting process creating unpredictable visual results, against the never altering movements of the travelers, renders a new artistic language of time-based landscape painting.
Brainstorm in Six Stations
Dimension: 15 x 90 inches
Light box consisting: LED panel, duotrans print, frame
Exhibition history: Shigeko Bork mu project, Washington DC, 2009
Editions: 10 + 2 AP