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Forms of Accretion

What happens when we listen?

1. Time passes, and we lose track of it.
2. Accumulation: knowledge, experience.
3. The insight; the unknown; the unobserved.
4. The perpetual resonance of history. Continue reading


We Specifically Need More Ambiguity

Within its porous borders, the ambiguous contains a tremendous power to enable mystery and wonder. Within the indecisiveness of ambiguity lies the opportunity for equal-footed communication between artist and audience. As borders between disciplines become increasingly blurry, so the work produced using these hybrid methods may benefit from an inherent lack of specificity as well. Continue reading