Friday, February 25, 2011
We seek comforts in the places we occupy - some dark, small - some open, airy - some tactile, pressable - some imaginative, virtual.
I've spent large vats of time in intentions, not places. It occurs to me a city is not real. Like a heaven. An act of pure imagination in the collective mind of the people, all in the perception.
The space for this week's rite is cozy and see-through, a nook and a pass-through, private and a fishtank. All combined, comfortable. Erica Tucker, a student in Paul Besaw and Selene Colburn's UVM class Site Dance, filmed me in this rite and chose this thirty-second section. The audio is from J. Border, another student in the class, about being on the camera end of the exchange.