This has been the rhythm. To search, find, and hold on to what needs to be seen and shown. The net is catching patterns that perpetually surround; lifting and shifting. Encompassing the movement of inner and outer, the merging of these two: a sway.
I enter the presentation. I look. I read, I meet. I experience. I change.
Familiarity brings access to behind the scenes; behind the screens. With the storage, the waiting, the discarded. The in-betweeness of dimly lit transition.
Announce and meld.
Blurr and merge.
Peter Brook, The Empty Space, 1968
The 'common reader' approach to reading has become a relief.and will continue.
I really do have the urge to paint out the blue wall, pack up the work and drive away somewhere. Leave no trace. But this is my space, I get to stay, and move on.
Let’s say it’s not possible to keep any of the work? that would be fine too. Just turn around there will be more. But only what is essential.