What does it look like when two friends share questions
questions without easy answers
that ask us to look inside to what we know,
in the body and in the shadows that stretch out from us.
The same questions take on such different appearances
when we let them enter,
like looking at an elephant from different sides of the same room.
An alley seems a different world.
"Where is this place,
so close to noise and traffic
and so far away?"
Behind what we usually see
is something else,
a red door,
a bright light.
"All the lines go in." she says
"All the lines go up and out." says the other
You can turn left or right
or go back the way you came.
Watching something being constructed is very different than simply seeing the finished construction.
I get a sense of the weight and largeness of it and of how it could fall and break .
My work is done with pencil and paper.
It takes time and concentration too but I am not wrestling physically with my materials.
Today we made alterations in this installation to accommodate the new work of Daniel Hanequand.
It is exciting being witness to change.
These plaster pillars were created by Ramona Zoladek in November 2014.
They were installed in this configuration by Lee Harris. (shown above)