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|The Art Of Walter Paul Bebirian
|Walter Paul Bebirian, a world-renowned photographer/artist, has been creating works of art since 1958.
Although what appears to be reality today is based on such of yesterday, there is more and more, due to
the use of the ideas, material and systems that have evolved, a rather new divergence from that reality
into what I see as a FluctuatingAbstract ionism.
A FluctuatingAbstract ionism both in the sense of something that exists as an idea and as a state of
Preoccupation being the state of being preoccupied or engrossed with something - deriving from
anticipating and meeting objections beforehand.
This simply follows from the
great degree to which cultures and peoples are necessarily mixing in environments oftentimes much too
close in proximity to each other to lead to anything but an extreme:
an air of preoccupation pensiveness, concentration, engrossment, absorption, self-absorption, musing,
thinking, deep thought, brown study, brooding; abstraction, absentmindedness, distraction, forgetfulness,
inattentiveness, woolgathering, daydreaming.
And so with this we are in an era of FluctuatingAbstract ionism
noun an atom or molecule with a net electric charge due to the loss or gain of
one or more electrons.
These ions are in my definition representing individuals acting as if they are held together with a net
electric charge due solely to their current preoccupation or concentration whatever that might be.