Susan Eder|Craig Dennis Reflexions

REFLEXIONS are inkblots of oppositions. Each of us wrote one of two contrasting words, vertically using two different ink colors, on facing halves of a small piece of paper, then folded and pressed them together. Although those original blotted forms have been scanned, greatly enlarged and output as archival pigment prints on watercolor paper, they remain unaltered from their initial chance configurations. All imagery emerged serendipitously, beyond our control or intervention, purely a result of the random mingling of letterforms, fluid inks and viewer perceptions. There are 16 in the series.