Andrew Kovner; Landscapes
Andrew Kovner; Paintings & Giclees
The Lower Path
Facsimilie representation on an x/y plane is not the point, the machine does it better. Rude imposition in situ is what this painter does. The path taken is the path emphasized. Disembodied observation may or might not reach the focal vista before the sliding king's head with its inertia to block the willful trajectory. The imagined path is only idea and like Sisythus reverts, unwinds, while "the stump" maintains that it is material and substantial and onerous.
In this case, The Landscape is Political.