Tuesday, February 22, 2011

spacetime obsevations

can you see the mouse?
can you hear the mouse?

at -7Âșc at 1:00 in the afternoon
under a clear blue sky
water is dripping from
a west-facing gambrel roof
clad in ivory coloured steel.

in the dusting of new snow
over the crust of recent
record high temperatures,
the tracks of
what i suspect are
deer mice

the framing of paintings
to allow them to be seen
on exhibition in a
slightly bigger box
is still on the list of
things to do

i wonder if the mice
are out in broad daylight?
i wonder if the crows
are spreading the news?
the parallel universes are visible.
it's not that time doesn't exist as much as
time is not singular.
it may exist more as in space-time.
using existing language,
which is only an approximation
of an existing perspective
to describe an new perspective
requires some creativity.

this "reality" is one perspective
seeing the reality of any of the
parallel universes requires
seeing from a different perspective
which requires ''looking'' differently.

the membrane between dimensions is real.
it is flexible and transparent and
you can lean on it.
moving trough it requires
courage, curiosity and knowing
the answer to a question such as,
'' how do you call yourself? ''
which seems to contain the question,
''from which perspective do you look?''

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

show time

exhibition preparation underway:
framing, painting edges,
writing and rewriting
selecting photos
for print and
a slide show

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

sublimation 36 x 60 in.