Endo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Garden City, New York, 1964
"So that I may perceive whatever holds
The world together in its inmost folds."
Faust, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (via ancient-serpent)
"Except for memory, time would have no meaning at all."
Pat Conroy, from Beach Music (Doubleday, 1995)
Nubian pyramids from around 100 B.C. to 150 A.D., University of Chicago Expedition to Egypt and Sudan, 1906
Working Drawing: Gravitationally Bound Assembly, 2008
Graphite, ink and collage on prepared wood panel
38 x 72 inches
Dillier and Scofidio, Slow House, 1990,
Pencil on top of white enamel paint on plywood board, equipped with windscreen wiper. The drawing shows sections of the building at small increments as though one was driving through the building slicing it with a razor blade.
Painting: Joseph Mallord William Turner, Waves Breaking against the Wind, 1840
Turner and the Sea, National Maritime Museum, London