Winter 2006 • Vol. XXVIII No. 1 Writing in Code: Literature and the GenomeJanuary 1, 2006 |

Genomic Images

Artist Eve Stockton provided The Kenyon Review with the following images in celebration of this special issue on the Human Genome Project. Says Stockton, "Nature, science, myth, and memory all provide inspiration for my artwork. With the organic world and architecture serving as constant metaphors, the elements of my art offer visions of microcosm and macrocosm. My recent paintings, prints, and sculpture are evocative of cellular activity as well as landscapes. "The paintings and prints are both about nature and of nature. Often a base layer of plant silhouettes acts as a catalyst for additional layering. Nature's creative force is evoked by probing states of dynamic transition in general, and rhythms of individual forms and phenomena in particular." PSEUDOMONA. Mixed media, 50" x 38". PROTOFORMA DIPTYCH. 2003, oil on canvas, 54" x 84". CELLULAR FIGURE II. 2003, monoprint, 30" x 22". CELLULAR FIGURE III. 2004, monoprint, 30" x 22". WOODLAND LANDSCAPE III. 2005, w

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