This blog features Dawn Hunter’s original, creative project about the life of Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Since 2014, she has immersed Cajal in "neuron narratives," connecting him to seminal influences from his youth that led to his perception of the neuron as an individual unit, like his literary hero, Don Quixote. References to the verbal and visual content of her work should include appropriate citations. Dawn is the 2017 Fulbright Senior Research Scholar to the Cajal Institute, Madrid, Spain.
Sunday, December 28, 2014
At work on a special commission...
I usually do not accept commission work. Commissions are an interesting tight rope as they are a fusion of the vision of someone else, the intended recipient, and personal artistic practice. This one is going well so far.
Final work in progress.
With a circus mind that's running around Butterflies and zebras, and moonbeams and fairy tales That's all she ever thinks about, riding with the wind