Saturday, December 10, 2011

Interpreting Movement

The clay body is fluid. Clay particles are suspended in water. When we take the clay in our hands we encounter an environment of uncertainty. We engage in that uncertainty to interpret it.

Me and the Clay Baby

So we see movement in nature all around us. The surface of water epitomizes the seemingly random motion of natural substances. But there are patterns to discern.

How to accommodate the randomness and the patterns in nature, in the movement of water, in the clay body we encounter?


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