Christine E. Huck

My work addresses the concept of the unknown, and the impossibility of fully understanding any one thing or subject. Rather than revealing clues that may lead to a conclusion or answer that can limit its meaning, I attempt to conceal the specific source of inspiration that motivates me to create my work. There are indications that this influence is of great importance, but the origin is kept secret. The viewer’s curiosity may also be heightened by the dramatic use of light, and the characteristic of concealment implied by the images of containers and the boxes that they are housed in. Questions arise ahead of answers.

I intend this withholding of information, and the resulting confusion or slight frustration, in order to prevent presumptuous behavior, emphasizing the fact of life, that one cannot know everything.



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  Last updated Tuesday, January 19, 2010