Five tons of flax short of an eon ago a young gentleman picked up a brilliantly-coloured crayon and decided the world was ridiculously short of fnords and interlopers. A few blue moons later and this man had, just now, found himself engaged, tirelessly, with the pursuit of a technologically-enhanced and thus slightly entropic, realisation of a classic archetypal movement. The results of which you can peruse whilst swimming the information highway and, indeed, right where you have found yourself in this moment.
Christopher Dowding is the sum of his parts, origin uncertain. However, geographically speaking, he has lived most of his life amongst the wondrous formations on the plateaus of Southern Africa. As such, data received over the ages in this realm form the foundation of the visual interpretations created.
You’ll often find Christopher quietly gushing sporadic thoughts out of the inkwell and onto its intended medium, later to be stocked and sorted in binary. The irony being that the concept of duality is often the most persuasive protagonist in this scenario. These wonderings have led this creature from comfort to comfort, erstwhile idly fondling objective intention…
If you are not creating then you are destroying, considering the extremity of the imposed scale.