The past dwells within images of space and transition only to be aroused as a momentary instant of recognition. The locations are both intrinsic and obscure and are often lost to more romantic notions of progress and remembrance. The artifactual nature of the landscape is a place maker of memory, a flicker of occurrence, and therefore a part of this record. History is not solely bound to a seamless chronology, but is itself a collection of disparate memories and experience bound together through personalized readings.
History Inverted (Stained Glass Verso)