A Sense Of Time
Time’s a clear and flowing
We see ourselves therein,
Our every action trails a wake,
That laps the distant shore,
That laps and laps the distant shore.
That ever laps the shore.
The distinction between past,
present and future is only an illusion, however persistent.
– Albert Einstein
Artists and writers
stretch time - recreating, dramatizing, highlighting, interpreting,
imagining, enhancing, and even prophesying. They play with their
ideas as a girl with her dolls, until they come to life and dance on
their own. Readers and viewers suspend disbelief.
The visual has one
great advantage over the literary – its immediacy. Newborns trust
their vision long before they learn to read or to understand
language. As adults, light and color are the daily pleasures our
eyes feed upon. These shining messages need no interpreter - they go
straight to our souls.
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