Brunequildalalinda Birdsong

Brunequildalalinda Birdsong

Brunequildalalinda Birdsong floats an ethereal pattern of small globes around a floating bust in “Madre Tierra.”  It is a clear depiction of spiritual control. Though the floating translucency is delicate, the statement is bold. The commonality of the small globes renders its sphere a simple shape, like a screen to focus into the center. When is a piece too simple? When does the message complete itself, taking away mystery? To be deeper means to incorporate ambiguity. Without provoking questions, the viewer nods and moves on. Does this mean that the artist is forever in search of conflict? Or contrast? Or quest? Movement of the sphere would enhance the boldness, giving the screen of globes less prominence. The presence of so many globes shows that there are many points-of-view, but in the center is a singular God for all. Perhaps the biggest question is: what might disrupt such an order? If the world truly were in such harmony, would it even need to be expressed? How can the artist be so certain that this is the configuration?

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