You are not your own…

You are not your self, your own possession and private labyrinth of interior significance and reflective surfaces. Neither are you in any sense, shape or form "owned" or prescriptively and unambiguously defined by any external realm or anchor of reflexive cultural necessity. You, and I, and the whole world are not the endpoints or causal…

Reflective Subjectivity

I wonder what she is reading.  It may be the eternal burden of a reflective mind to be unable to simply accept reality at face value, to question what lies beneath, to investigate what hidden meanings or purposes might exist or dwell below or behind the superficial appearances of things.  At least she is not…

Memory: Juxtaposition and Relativity

I can remember a print hung on a wall in my father's house when I was a child. I puzzled and fretted and stared and wondered about this image and it's impossible, unsettling reality. The print was of M.C. Escher's 1953 lithograph "Relativity" and I was probably only 9 or 10 years old at the…