A treatise on intuition and process.
Since 1998 with my interest in chaos theory, discovering that chaos is the ultimate creator of the new, and my interest in complexity science, I have been facilitating my intuition to create new work. Coupled with pure process it has been a fruitful interrelationship in creating even more works. From the time of my very earliest paintings on paper attempting to let go of control (fractal and isomer series) to my current continued practice, I have used intuition and process to create new works. Even in my more 'recognizable' works (everything is an abstraction, there are just different degrees of 'recognizability') I use intuition as a starting process. The difference is that I don't have as much pure process in creating subsequent works as I do with my more 'abstract' i.e less recognizable works.
I view drawing and painting to be similar to writing a novel or composing a symphony. Each work has its own particular chapters, or movements, or chords, embedded within itself making each work a world of its own. I view style as purely an element analogous to color and therefore I am free to choose style as freely as I would choose colors, picking what best 'fits' a particular work. When I embed a main idea, into a series of works, each work may also simultaneously harbor many other ideas in its structure, some contradictory to each other. For life is not simply merely binary, it is complex in its expression of reality. As humans we can only see 5% of the reality around us yet we think that our perception is all of reality.
I present my work in cohesive projects to simplify its meaning for others. I also enjoy a series of works that own specific expressions of an idea. In practice I create simultaneously disparate ideas in order to keep clarity for myself. #natachasochat #art #artist #painting #uprooted #makingroots #fineart #latina #hispanic #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #natachasochatart #inmygarden #DNAofMemory #neuroMorphic #paintingsforchildren #reconstruction
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