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W: 500mm x H: 700mm x D: 50mm
W: 20" x H: 28" x D: 2"
Approx. Weight: 3kg
This work is
framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)
About "Paradox 6"
Discussion of artwork
She had her first fight with Gibreel over this, because he said, in his unvarnished way: “I guess its okay to run from the camera as long as you know they’re chasing after you.”
-- Salman Rushdie, Satanic Verses p. 309
This is also not a gender-orientated piece, but instead, looks at our agenda. The paradox lies, not in what appears to be the agenda, but rather in an internally motivated agenda - the shadow side of ourselves. Robert Johnson said that paradox has everything to do with our shadow – “…that sublime place of reconciliation until one has owned one’s own shadow and drawn it up to a place of dignity and worth. To own one’s shadow is to prepare for spiritual experience.” (1993:90).
In conclusion, it is both sets of opposites that are to be honoured equally, to find a lacuna where one may view the mystery of duality, as a step to greater understanding of our reality.
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View all 21 works by Lyn de la Motte
As a shaman, many of my images are expressions of the deep metaphors and images I encounter on my explorations into the other spaces.
B.A. (Fine Arts)
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