Peter Dell

A photograph that is a factual representation ofan object doesn’t impart the same excitement tome, as art that is open to interpretation. I strive topresent works that tap into that space between one’simagination and the “real” world. My favorite works often result from serendipitousmistakes that happen in the process of creation, orresult from accidents of the mechanical processes. This correlates to the early surrealist processeslike “automatic writing” and games like “the exquisitecorpse.” I believe we live in a world of mistakes anderrors, which serve to foster our imagination.

previous Brandt Gallery exhibits:
Transparent Architecture, August 2010

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