Friday, March 1, 2019

On (in)sight



She moved the curtain back. 
“What do you see when you close your eyes?” 
“Darkness,” I said. 
Taking my hand in hers, she asked again. 
And that’s when everything became clear.

Mobile: Rock, tree, moon and sky Size: 9” wide x 10.5” tall 
Colors: Belton Molotow Premium paints in Signal White, Aquamarine, Autumn Leaf, and Sapphire Blue

In the space that sits between you and me, I and thou, lives the liminal. A threshold. A decision. Do I take a step? Do I stand still. Do I cross over? In that moment, a risk. A chance. An unknown. We face it every day. Rites of passage. We make the choice to step or not to step many times in every one. Sometimes even when the outcome is not clear. To step or not to step, only you know the answer.

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