When those leaves and flowers were delivered by wind and gravity and I placed them on old photographic paper, sun and silver turned them into illuminated manuscripts.
“Messages” includes digitally preserved lumen prints that in one way or another present themselves as important communications, though often difficult to comprehend. They can only be absorbed. Then something like poetry hints at meaning, though there are no recognizable words and letters at all. They may be invitations, or they may be warnings.
Some images are like vague impressions that linger at the end of an ordinary day: the score, the hieroglyphics, the text, the rules of the game, the choreographic notations, the impression, the remains.
Correspondence With Rose of Sharon