Movement can be expressed by the wave of a hand, the bounce of a ball, or even suggested as in the sweeping, overlapping lines of a freeway interchange. Motion tends to produce a trail whether actual or imaginary. Point A to point B has an “in between” stage. Motion has a path, whether it’s straight and simple or convoluted and complex; continuous or interrupted.
On the left, ■ Westbound abstraction suggests a shifting cluster of cumulus clouds floating somewhere in or about Los Angeles.
First row down: ■ Snowbird Marathon logo suggests both a compressive and expansive gesture occurring at the same time; ■ Surviving the Surveyor narratively suggests an act of espionage; ■ DADA suggests the tumbling chaos that was encouraged by the early 20th century art movement; ■ 5 Reasons to Drink suggests the haphazard effects from the very activity being described.
Bottom row: ■ Arrived Australia suggests the distortions that accompany the uninitiated global traveler’s experience; ■ Asymmetrically Yours suggests applying a five minute maximum time approach to dressing up; ■ Branching Ballet is a learning-from-nature narrative in which gesture and movement are suggested by those kindred qualities found in nature.