Rory Buckland

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Auspicium art print

This is my ‘Auspicium’ art print Rory Buckland ‘Auspicium’ Digital Collage 2019/2020 Sizes start at; 297x210mm (A4) You can buy it now in my shop here Centuries old The book of Joel and revelation Preacher of the blood moon and apocalypse This blood moon holds sway Sway over a desert…

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Vas Hermeticum

Vas Hermeticum is a symbolic alter ego of myself. A physical manifestation, of concepts and philosophies that are central to the interests of my art practice. So far he has primarily been a representative or intermediary on social media. Such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. As well as an appearance…

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Anti-Mimesis

Anti Mimesis I posted the above image on my social media account and had a comment from a freind that set me thinking. Angus’ comment simply said ‘Are you sure its not diegesis?’ With the  typical self doubt of a creative producer, I thought am I? I spent significant time…

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Symbol

Symbol In this post I am going to consider the of semiotic genre of; ‘symbol’ for its emphasis on semantics or the signified / signifier, denotation / connotation relationship rather than what I perceive to be the more arbitrary general aesthetic or subject classifications of ‘landscape’ and ‘people’, for example.…

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Icon

Icon In this post I am going to consider the of semiotic genre of; ‘icon’ for its emphasis on semantics or the signified / signifier, denotation / connotation relationship rather than what I perceive to be the more arbitrary general aesthetic or subject classifications of ‘landscape’ and ‘people’, for example.…

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Index

Index In this post I am going to consider the of semiotic genre of; ‘index’ for its emphasis on semantics or the signified / signifier, denotation / connotation relationship rather than what I perceive to be the more arbitrary general aesthetic or subject classifications of ‘landscape’ and ‘people’, for example.…

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