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April 2010


April 2010



Old friends. Urge to reclaim and rearrange. Relaxed approach.
4.1.2010


Remembering moments. Recapturing moments. Restoring moments. Rethinking moments. Replaying moments. All new moments.
4.2.2010


Layer by layer.
4.3.2010


Moving at the speed of life. Swirls of phylogons embody experience.
4.4.2010


On our way home my son asked me if it was true that there was a little part of me inside of him.
4.5.2010


Becoming part of the pattern. We gather the things we love tightly around us, make them part of us and never imagine separation.
4.6.2010


Taking flight. The travel cycle starts again.
4.7.2010


Space and time decouple. Landscapes elapse through just so many rounded rectangles. When near and far and now and then interlink, what is going by?
4.8.2010


Floods in the past and floods in the future. Words flooding, waters flooding and courses changed. The river in high stage is turbulent and requires focus but rapid flow can be really fun.
4.9.2010


The ego swells when attention shifts from 'making' to 'talking about making'. Protect those bubbles. They're fragile and it hurts when they pop.
4.10.2010


New possibilities. Similar marks.
4.11.2010


Bright cycle. Clear calendar. Savoring every possibility.
4.12.2010


Instead of feeling pushed by a wave, imagine nature bending to assist you.
4.13.2010


Blooming. Booming. Color surprise.
4.14.2010


Becoming and unbecoming.
4.15.2010


New platforms. Integrated technology. Time to experiment.
4.16.2010


Can't escape yourself. Deeply rooted tendencies spring up. Ideas are revisited. New paths are taken. Like spending time with a friend you haven't seen in 10 years, the old and the new exist simultaneously.
4.17.2010


Air and Earth. Separate ways to spring.
4.18.2010


Desire and outcome. Trying to make things match up.
4.19.2010


Growing slowly. Gaining momentum.
4.20.2010


Two sides of flow. With the warmer weather I'm out in the studio more. Hands-on making is the compliment to generating ideas. Some things have to be done to be understood.
4.21.2010


Light and shadow. Obvious and hidden. Staying optimistic and plumbing the depths.
4.22.2010


Events as waves rarely coincide.
4.23.2010


In the midst of a big set. Becalmed indefinitely and then all rolling in at once. Each unique. Each requiring attention. Each simultaneously holding the potential for danger and success. Surf's up.
4.24.2010


Deeper cycles. A structural layer appears. I've started to visualize a guide wave under each phylogon. Things are getting richer.
4.25.2010


Isolation study. I'm looking carefully at how phylogons are guided. They seem to overlap until a wave separates them. Do we sense this wave rolling in? Does that presentiment drive decision making?
4.26.2010


Grid frames enter a deep pool. Ideas are encoded. Plans are set. Materials delivered. It's time to get wet.
4.27.2010


Dream cycles. Ratios reconfigure. Phylogons operate outside the ordinary.
4.28.2010


Growing in unexpected ways.
4.29.2010


Not a fish. In his notebooks, Paul Klee uses the image of a fish to introduce parts of a drawing. The head, body and tail are dividual while the fish as a living entity is individual. In this drawing the space surrounding the fish is dividual and the fish is nowhere to be seen.
4.30.2010