Moments and Eternities
Iron rust in old age, a cracked garb. All matter strives towards resolution, to return to its origins. Reborn again and again, each time a new guise. From one perspective, a moment; from another, an eternity. My work touches life and death: death as prerequisite for life, and life's pursuit of death and dissolution. The resolution is a birth without time.
I assume the guise of my feelings, and draw strength from the excitement and drama found in our memories and experiences. Although the art is about my experiences, we are all part of one universe, so can find common instances. My sculptures are without title. I leave it to the viewer to tell their story.
This exhibition highlights, among other things, human vulnerability and the shared vulnerability in the global and the minute. The search for the collective. The community after we, us, I. When we direct our attention to the All, we see so much more. We see clearly, feeling in us a September morning breeze, crisp and clean. The child in us leads the way, showing us the truth, wishing us peace and love.
Some images from the exhibition hall and grand opening.