I am deeply interested in the relationship between spontaneous activity and creative thought. As much as possible I approach my work in an improvisational manner and attempt to create an event in time. I try to avoid applying any particular technique but work to achieve a level of anti-technique that allows me to transcend the restraints of formal method. To a great extent what I do is rooted in a playful exploration of whatever materials I'm using and a utilization of subconscious rather than conscious processes.
I live in the Rochester, New York area and have been teaching college art since 2001. I presently teach graphic design as an adjunct for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh's online division. Prior to teaching I worked in the graphic design and marketing fields for almost twenty years. For more information please see: http://about.me/edbuscemi
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