Keith Rocka Knittel's newest work “is about holes.”
Keith's work is an investigation into the linear conceptions of time and the potential break down of those seemingly strict barriers.
“I deliberately place my work in a durational sphere where paper yellows, wood rots, and paint fades, creating shape-shifting, transformative experiences with the same material components.” - Keith Rocka Knittel, 2020.
Direct propositions between artist and viewer and object allow for an understanding of the present in a regenerative cycle transfigured by experience.
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