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Ostinato by James Ting
It’s my strong belief there are compelling relationships between visual, geometric forms and human spiritual emotions. My visual instinct is to see the world in geometric forms, where daily imageries such as buildings, roads, tree lines, and mountains are distilled into triangles, cubes, semi-circles, converging planes, and other lines and shapes. In my work, the goal is to capture ordinary and banal scenes, and transform these scenes into absorbing images via the endless relationships I see being played out among the myriad shapes, lines, planes, and very importantly, space or void.