On the Evolution of Sprit, Self and Dimension is a series of images that tell a story which is both narrative and autobiographical, both linear and circular. These images are an imaginative rendition of how we human beings strive to find that which is greater than ourselves, greater than what we believe we know. This sequence of scenes depicts a cycle of self reflection, inspiration and objectivity that leads to a greater understanding of oneself.
Timothy C. Flood is a Denver based visual artist who specializes in photography, sculpture and installation pieces. Flood earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Colorado Denver in 2008 with dual emphasis in Photography and Sculpture. Flood's work has been featured in local, national and international exhibitions and has been published both locally and internationally. Flood was recently awarded the 2010 Emerging Artist Award by the Flagstaff Photography Center in Arizona which hosted a sell out show of his photographs. Through his artwork, Flood strives to help bridge the gap between what we believe we know about ourselves and realizing our higher potential as individuals and as a society.