'wilderness tips' by zachari logan
detail of 'wild man 2', blue pencil on mylar, 18 x 40 inches, 2012
canadian artist zachari logan is known for painting and drawing his own body as the main subject, has recently developed 'wilderness tips'
a collection of drawings which focuses on the human figure as a blooming landscape. the poses provoke an image of shifting representations of a world
in constant movement. the terrain explores a language of plant an animal life in an exhibitionist format where the spectacle is a
manifestation of multiple parts.
(left) 'green man', pastel on paper, 50 x 100 inches, 2012
(right) 'wild man', pastel on paper, 50 x 100 inches, 2012
detail of 'wild man'
detail of 'green man'
(left) tales of an imaginary european 7', blue pencil on mylar, 12 x 20 inches, 2012
(right) 'tales of an imaginary european 4', blue pencil on mylar, 5 x 10 inches, 2012