1 thought on “Holus Bolus by Cory Stambler”

  1. In your urban intersection where so much and so little seems to transpire HOLUS BOLUS, your fragmentation of space pushes me to think about the philosophical principle of solipscism in which one tends to deny the materialist existence of others unless they are present in one’s own visible space. Here you are contradicting this entirely by allowing us to see this intersection from multiple perspectives. There is no one POV, therefore multiple visual experiences exist all at once.I am also reminded of Picasso’s cubist interpretations of the face, many aspects of a human being’s body articulated on one canvas.

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