Between Canvas and Celluloid
It is in the in-between that meaning is constructed. In the space between matter and the immaterial. In the dislocation between here and there. In the discernment of absence and presence. In the distance between an index and its referent. In the simultaneous recognition of a thing being mirrored and its mirror image. In the dividing line of a symmetrical subject. In the divergence of actual and virtual. In the distinction between physical and spiritual. In the transition between life and afterlife. In the intermission between live and recorded. In the difference between analog and digital. In the transfer (and transference) of a mark from one surface to another.
KeywordsPainted Form Sewing Machine External Narrative Divine Comedy Simultaneous Recognition
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