Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Roy Money: Underlying Relationships

Conventional human perception inevitably recognizes elements in its visual field by their correspondence to names and concepts stored in the brain. A rigid adherence to the confines of these internal schemas can limit our sense of underlying relationships, including that between perceiver and perceived. For many artists and contemplatives a fundamentally unitary awareness of reality serves as a counterpoint to the bounded character of physical entities. William Blake expressed this in the line "to see the world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wildflower."    ~Roy Money

Roy Money, Before and After in Wenshu, Chengdu

The photography of Roy Money will be featured in the upcoming winter 2014 issue of Stone Voices. 

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