Semiotics in Jackson Pollock’s Autumn Rhythm: The Beauty of the End, the Hope of the Beginning
Nicholas Alahverdian Press, Jan 28, 2019 - 19 pages
Jackson Pollock’s work was that of a genius. His painting style was not merely improvisational – it also incorporated characteristics reminiscent of those artists and authors who engaged in the practice of writing and/or painting in the style of stream-of-consciousness. Drip after drip, smear after smear, mixing the two – these techniques cumulatively defined the greatness of his work. Loyal to his art and chronically dissatisfied with his performance, he lengthened his artistic stride to further his aesthetic interpretation of the world in which we live.