Our perceptions of time and space are created by the language we use and experience. Language, at its most basic, consists of gesture, sound, and mark, all clues to some past experience beyond memory—a ghost of meaning, containing some comprehensible, relative meaning.
I have stripped the form of many references from my work, and left only their essence, in order to create that ghost of feeling and knowing. The visual experience triggers memories, both past and future, then crosses into the realm of the conceptual.
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