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Mixed media assemblage, 6 x 6 inches, 2015

In developing the series “Testroestro (Mother Chips),” I am connecting dots between global indigenous geometric patterns, specifically West African Kente schema, as a possible progenitor of modern digital cultures. Overwhelming similarities can be seen between the designs of computer processing chips and the geometrical designs woven within the cloth. The vividly bold colors, precise hard lines, sequential rhythms and movements attest to the high intellectual capacity of those whom were called “Primitive.” Searching the annals of art history, all artist, to some degree, are psycho-mystic. In Leonard Schlains, “ Art in Physics” he brilliantly compares Van Gough’s “Starry Night” to the images of the Hubble telescope. How could Van Gough have known what solar systems look like a century before? Just as we build on the foundations that were laid before us, I am building a new lexicon of thought, to be deciphered for the next generation.
Artist Stan Squirewell
Weight 1.0000
Dimensions 6 x 6 inches
Orientation Square
Region North America
Year 2015

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