How does one represent the imagination? How can the dialectic between object and non-object become depicted as a singular image? How can the cultural import of drift relate to the literal and strategic deployment of military jargon? These are the some of the essential questions that Perry Kulper investigates within his image created for the David’s Island competition. The answers to these questions drive the process of the image and ultimately become more than the image. The understanding of this process is more important than the image, as it remains solely the manifestation of the conceptual connection between object and non-object, or there and not there.
[ david's island, dotted line, image, imagination, issue_6, james murray, layers, pencil, perry kulper, representation, volume_1, white space ]