The Question of Ex-istence
Saturday, November 6, 2010
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Hotel Des Arts : San Francisco
447 Bush Street
All of the artists featured in this exhibition have answered ‘The Question of Ex-istence’ with their artistic creations. We know this because it is not the label that makes them artists, but that in which they create to represent their existence. The questions we ask are often what unites us as a global community and is part of the fabric in which the human experience is woven. Without the ongoing asking of intelligent questions, we become blanketed in complacency.
The many types of questions that let us grow as real beings,paving the way for the next chapter in our lives are usually, factual, convergent, divergent and evaluative in nature .
Many of the questions in which we encounter are needed to explore abilities and reveal potential to ourselves and others so that we may move forward and endure.
Factual questions are simply straight forward, and are based on facts of awareness, with little processing power they are often answered, with a yes, no, right or wrong.
Convergent questions offer a finite range, of acceptable accuracy with complex analysis, cognition, comprehension and synthesization, make your creative thinking ability strong.
Divergent questions explore alternate perspectives and create variations of correctness, scenarios may be based on logical projection, and the conceptual ability to think long.
Evaluative questions require a high level, of logical cognition and a predefined process, answers let the questioners know, within a comparative framework where they belong.
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Candace Loheed : San Francisco
Jane Elliot : San Francisco
Marie Kazalia : USA
Craig Britton : San Francisco Bay Area
Benjamin L.M : Australia
Alex Segal : San Francisco
Claudie Bastide : France
Sona Mirzaei : Los Angeles
Dean Gustafson : San Francisco
Orangeland 5 : Global
Arthur Pusher’: North Beach, San Francisco