"He describes it as a series of experimentation with negative and positive space. The result: a collection he calls “The Great Invisibles.” James Sebor further distills the process to its bare essentials: “By breaking down an image into two values of black and white, similar to a Rorschach ink blot, one begins to see new characters and objects that can be redrawn into those shapes.” The pareidolia (seeing faces in unusual things or seeing things that aren’t there) he orchestrates, however steep his palette is in surreal psychedelia, is still accessible. His grasp of subconscious story telling and intuitive play provokes as well as rewards the mind of the viewer."
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