Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Mourtzakis (July)

David Chalmers is no softer than anyone. Braincap holds everything in. We came out three-dimensional and that’s it, really. Why? And why free of the ground, unlike a tree that draws life where it grows? Millennia gone and going on like there’s a tomorrow, a January and July. Portraiture wonders at free-floating three-dimensionality, how chance and design produced, for example, David Chalmers, thinking about thinking while sensations keep coming with more of the same, more of not the same; about when we are more conscious of gravity as we skip across basalt, enjoying a sky a blue unlike any ocean.

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