Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The Hidden Conversation: In Abstract



*Images courtesy of Jayne Harnett-Hargrove

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Where was she when the world came to an end? Did she miss it? She must have, since she's still here and the commercials on television as are bad as they've always been. Light beer isn't less filling. They all give her gas. So maybe they are less filling since they pass through so quickly. She's hoping nobody notices. God, life would be more tolerable were she in New York. Or Rome. In the 6th century… read more @ Panoramic Mindscapes

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*Read another interpretation at The Hidden Conversation: In Concrete

8 comments:

  1. I suspect you have invented verbal psychogeography. Whatever it is you have invented it can stand next to Jaynes' art - and that is some praise.

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  2. Hmm my comment didn't stick. Love the idea of a conversation between painted characters and my admiration for Jayne's work is known. I like this better than the last. I think I could write a more cheerful conversatoin about these though. Tabula Rasa . . we shall discuss.

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  3. Psychogeography. Tabula rasa.

    Who plays what role? I just know I don't want to be Super-Ego. No fun in that.

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  4. Very clever. And I love-love the drawings on the sheet music. I've gotta try that...

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  5. ... the irreverent part of you is the best part!

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  6. Interesting concerto of sorts, and as was said... the band plays on....

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  7. wait wait ...stop the music...I have to think

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