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Americana Blues

This series was inspired by themes of unity and inter-connectedness. The Argentinian poet, Antonio Porchia said, "If you do not raise your eyes, you will think you are the highest point." The question then becomes how to see from a higher place that we cannot reach except through intention, imagination and reflection.

For this series, two photographs were taken at each location – one, of a selected scene or subject, and another of the sky above it. The juxtaposition of context and perspective is intended to enhance one’s perception where the viewer is invited to become a third element, creating a spatial triangulation; to be present, to be open to a dynamic that mirrors the intention of the Bluecoup Project.

"One's destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things."
    ~ Henry Miller


Bluecoup Art Exhibition

The Americana Blues series exhibited in April, 2018 at Artspace Gallery in Richmond VA as part of a group art exhibition I curated to raise awareness of the Bluecoup project.


Photo: Therese Brown


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The Bluecoup Project logo
Bluecoup is a personal project I am developing that works to establish a new worldwide symbol – a sky-blue streamer to fly on flagpoles and front porches, on balconies and lampposts. Its simple and welcoming message of unity reminds us that all of humankind is our family and Earth is our home. In the current sociopolitical climate, it also serves as a demonstration: we will not be divided.

Bluecoup would love to see your photos of earth and sky:

#BlueView
#Bluecoup
@Bluecoup

 

 

© 2018 Jere Kittle