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There is a struggle between darkness and light, day and night that goes back to earliest antiquity. Kandinsky wrote about this ability to find the “in between” that would reconcile the two in his “Spiritual in Art.” But Germany? Its … Continue reading
The wandering jew. The white man’s burden has forced the heavy lifting onto the yid but the pop culture articulation of the concept is actually more profound and complex than its various manifestations would care to admit. Once man and … Continue reading
A mission laying with being errant. In error and wandering. The nomadic life. Otherness as a catalyst for the creative impulse; a perpetual otherness which lacks any clear sense of home. Of firm footing. The true mission: to be a … Continue reading
Rembrandt’s vagabond prints were studies of despair and wretchedness far removed from say, the Frans Hals norm of guileful, droll figures within the tradition of moral satire that reaffirmed popular images of the bottom of the social rung. Rembrandt, though, … Continue reading