Friday, September 18, 2009

lure and blur

material accumulates for our new piece by jw - in our bodies, in our imaginations, and on the studio wall, which we're collaging with images and texts to inspire us. "the lure and blur of the real,"as david shields elegantly calls it, is part of what we're dealing with. "fairy tales" is the theme.  we're asking:

where do fantasy and reality intersect?

is evil necessary in order to know the good; does ugliness help us recognize beauty?

how would i move if i could step out of my own body? how would we move together inside our own world, just the two of us?

what takes place after "something wonderful happens"?

1 comment:

lisa said...

everything requires an opposite to be seen for what it really is.

I love the potential offered by modern fairy tales coming from Germany.