Lisa Marie Jakab: "I create abstract imagery about liminal states and spaces using biomorphic forms. My work begins with the observation of natural visual stimuli, such as water, sea creatures, shattered glass, vegetation, fractal patterns in nature, rock formations, clouds, light refractions and satellite images taken from space. From there, I generate my own interpretation of beauty as an indefinable, fluctuating, fluid, and mutable gray area or space that exists in between our tangible categorizations of it. I am exploring a psychology of cognition, specifically in regard to that space. I am intrigued by how definable ideas originate within human thought processes and sensory stimuli. In pursuit of this liminal space, I am also interested in the fine line that exists between harmonious growth and cancerous consumption, as well as the blurry place we encounter amidst dreaming and waking."
Explore her 2014 Solo Exhibition in the archives: Crystaline Shadows, June, 2014, Bunker Projects.