"A flock of sheep near the airport or a high voltage generator beside the orchard: these combinations open up my life like a wound, but they also heal it. That's why my feelings always come in twos." Yehuda Amichai, poet, translated by Chana Block & Stephen Mitchell
Unresolved issues continue to confront humankind. The ethical compass is not fixed but fluctuates due to societys understanding or misinterpretation of information. Knowledge evolves; truth is unreliable; dichotomies persevere. Perspectives fluctuate due to media presentation, politics, race, economics, religion, culture, location, age, gender, and ones life as it is lived through time and experience.
We share the cyclical nature of human experience and memory -- the emotional and the intellectual to provide a poetically whole expression of human life. Dualities persist. Austerity and excess, minimalism and obsession, reason and passion, renaissance and baroque, physicality and consciousness interconnect to create the mysterious enigmatic equilibrium of existence.