05
Feb
12

curatorial curiosity

things that go together.  things that don’t.  things that are emotional.  things that are rational.  things that when put together create a dialogue with each other.  do they speak to  you?  things that are positioned high up on the wall (or in your life).  things that belong on the bottom.  location, location, location. things that need a room to breath in, things that need each other close by because they are the reason for one another.  things that are negative (a hole in a henry moore sculpture).  things that are positive (rococo).  things that bring you joy (beauty, love, the color green).  things that make your heart break (beauty, death, absence, the cello.) things that sing. things that orate.  things that laugh. things that whisper. things that scream.  things that touch you (wool, wood, would — the conditional.) things that make you run away.  things that invite you to sit on the front porch and enjoy a glass of lemonade.  things that make you remember. things that you wish you could forget.  things that come and things that go. this thing. that thing. your thing. my thing. our thing. their thing. today. tomorrow. forever. never. this thing is my thing.

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