"The Anarchist" by Hunter Madsen

"The Anarchist"

  

Some aesthetic disorders come from the simple collision of two lovely things that disrupt each other's visual narrative, such as the pleasing continuity of a grill overwritten - hijacked, it seems - by an unrelated shadow of a bridge railing. The chance pairing seems to suggest something - a synthesis, a tertiary beauty from union that speaks in place of chaos.   
  

TITLE - "The Anarchist"
WHERE - Old bridge near Princeton, British Columbia (2020)