has a deep desire to study the human race. Their lives,
backgrounds, dwellings, occupations, neighborhoods, fashion and
actions appeal to him. It is these interests, It is these
interests, combined with a wry sense of humor, that defines the
images Bynum creates in his artwork. Bynum strives
to catch the gestures in people who confront him at every turn.
He strongly believes art can reveal humanity to itself.
Life will kill you if you don't appreciate the absurdity of it
all. Therefore satire is frequent and elemental to his
Humor, to Bynum, is
a device that helps us to recollect. He also believes that
humor curtails defenses and excites the mind, enticing viewer
attention and makes the message noteworthy. Bynum's goal
is to give definition to the feeling and form to his perception.
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