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  • Medusa In The Sky

    Part of a large scale performance, a work in progress entitled "Medusa".

  • The Care And Feeding Of Pocket Universes (view 1)

    If I have a nemesis, it’s stasis, and I’ve done well at eluding it over time. The one aspect of reality to remain constant since Heraclitus said "all is change" a couple thousand years ago is the verity of his statement. Though not without durable obsessions and ongoing strategies,* I consider myself first and foremost a chronicler of flux. Whether I encounter it in my own rich inner life or the world around me makes no difference whatsoever--to the extent that I wouldn't be interested in distinguishing between the two even if I perceived a difference. But flux resists enclosure, making it potentially troublesome in the raw. Much as it might seem antithetical to the strictures of memory, the two have a lot in common. Both mandate a measure of loss, their biggest difference being that flux also encompasses attainment while memory is all about whatever it retains. Representing one or the other exclusively is impossible. Situating them together is easy. Loss works like glue, joining the appurtenances of everyday life like children around a yawning void. In a universe much like ours, the pod is made of sculpted butter.

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  • Dance Your Overwhelm

  • Medusa In The Sky

    Part of a large scale performance, a work in progress entitled "Medusa".

  • The Care And Feeding Of Pocket Universes (view 1)

    If I have a nemesis, it’s stasis, and I’ve done well at eluding it over time. The one aspect of reality to remain constant since Heraclitus said "all is change" a couple thousand years ago is the verity of his statement. Though not without durable obsessions and ongoing strategies,* I consider myself first and foremost a chronicler of flux. Whether I encounter it in my own rich inner life or the world around me makes no difference whatsoever--to the extent that I wouldn't be interested in distinguishing between the two even if I perceived a difference. But flux resists enclosure, making it potentially troublesome in the raw. Much as it might seem antithetical to the strictures of memory, the two have a lot in common. Both mandate a measure of loss, their biggest difference being that flux also encompasses attainment while memory is all about whatever it retains. Representing one or the other exclusively is impossible. Situating them together is easy. Loss works like glue, joining the appurtenances of everyday life like children around a yawning void. In a universe much like ours, the pod is made of sculpted butter.