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  • Kerry Hugins

    I explore the complexities of time, memory, light in watercolor


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    Artist Statement:
    As Hyperphantasiac, I am an artist, who brings entire worlds to life within the realm of my imagination. Through my three distinct series—the grids, the wildflowers, and my newer dark sky paintings—I explore the complexities of time, memory, light, all while utilizing a vivid and emotive palette that reflects contemporary issues and our intertwined emotional responses to them.

    My unique perspective as a neurodivergent individual, combined with my experience growing up moving from country to country, has imbued my art with a deep sense of cultural disassociation and a rejection of assimilation. In my year-long sojourn at an Ashram, I found a deeper integration of realities and existential musings around my identity as a mother, person, and artist.

    By harnessing the alchemy of color and activism, I seek to transform the exploitation and banality of everyday life into a joyous celebration of the present moment, the memento vivere. Through my art, and my meditation practice which includes my painting practice; I strive to make a contribution to the greater consciousness that we all share, unlocking the sensory aggregates of our collective experience.

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    Walked around after a tour of the Vistor Experience. Not really much to see, but I was fascinated with the landscaping and plants. Not too many tech parks have watermelons growing. Lots of pollinators were being visited by their flying friend. Impressive that a company of this size cares enough to do such a good job!
    If you're not an employee, you can't see any of the interesting stuff. So it's just a bunch of office buildings in a boring corner of a not very interesting town. If you're interested in the Computer History Museum nearby, by all means do a drive-by while you're in the area. But don't go there just to see the GooglePlex, it really isn't worth the time it would take to get there.
    Really enjoyed the amazing Googleplex for a recent conference! The surroundings are delightful to visit or ride a GBike around on the winding paths. The new building is open to the public now!
    So disapointed! Everywhere in the internet is marked that there is a Google Store (similar to Apple) but no, here is absolutely nothing for public - even the water in the public toilet did not work. My family just told me to sell my android phone ... sad all the way from Switzerland, just to see the (pretty nice) Googleplex from the outside
    Horrible treatment. Person at googleplex out of the blue told me: HEY MA’AM - YOU CANNOT GO INTO ANY BUILDING. Then I asked, can I use the bikes to explore around? He said, NO! So I asked, so just walk? He said, NO! JUST WALK OUTSIDE. HAVE A NICE DAY. Umm what?.. I felt attacked. He was so rude. No idea why. There was a shop but security told me that it was not open to the public. Waste of time. Not much to see. Just a couple of statues and some geese eating grass.
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