UNTITLED, 2005 - by Ted Kincaid
(20-foot diameter) This circular floor medallion is located along the Departure Level Concourse.
"My first thought when anybody asks me to discuss my work is: If I could explain it, there would be no need to make an image of it. To say that some people tend to view this as an evasive response is euphemistic, but the true subject matter of these pieces cannot flow in a coherent sentence structure.
"It is important that the forms in my work seem familiar, yet unclassifiable ... much the same as when something appears in a dream that you recognize, but are unable to actually put your finger on as to the source. The orbs, clusters and patterns reference clouds, UFOs, fakes and authentic paranormal images and subvisual microphotography; in essence, things that, whether they actually exist or not and whether they can be seen or not, can be photographically documented. The forms are usually, but not always, contained within the borders of the image, to help convey the fact that they exist only within a certain state of reality ... like a sample under a microscope or animal removed from its environment and photographed against a white backdrop."
BIOGRAPHY: Born 1966 in Chattanooga, Tennessee Received his BFA in 1988 from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Kincaid’s work is in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Museum of Fine Arts, San Antonio; Neiman Marcus Collection, Dallas; American Airlines, Fort Worth; A.H. Belo Corp., Dallas; and the Reader’s Digest Corp. Collection. Kincaid currently resides in Dallas, Texas
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