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– Dina Leigh, 2013

Dina Leigh

MA Fine Art

By concentrating my energy on an imagination of profoundly horizontal spaces, in which we as human beings can experience a disclosure of absence and presence, which is restless yet balanced, a murmur of a pictorial language has intuitively come into being.

If Heidegger was right when he said that our presence in the world must be grasped on the basis of our existence: of our standing outside our living being and within the inner space or the openness of being, there is no need to understand, the key to grasping it is to experience.

But just as I think I might have some ground to stand on; some clarity of direction, a glimpse of the horizon, all fragments away.

THE TRACE OF A BITE in NOWHERE

It too
you must combat,
from here out.

Paul Celan
(2001) Selected poems and prose of Paul Celan: trans John Felstiner. London: W.W. Norton.

painting

– Dina Leigh, 2013

painting

– Dina Leigh, 2013