Delta


Mega Death (1999)

Here I am at a Miyajima exhibition. The image was taken last year at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney.

The tiny specks of light are counters that constantly change, flickering from 1 to 9. Each counter moving through the numbers at its own pace. They illustrate the interconnectedness of the individual to others as we change through the various stages of life until we die.

“A constant is the fact that we are always changing,” the artist says.

Via The Daily Post Photo Challenge Delta that asks us to contemplate that transition from one stage to another. Today, for me, it’s not a place or a thing, but us.

4 thoughts on “Delta

Comments are closed.

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

American Socialite

From Poverty to Socialite: how to live like you've always been rich.

athousandbitsofpaper.wordpress.com/

“There is no easy way from the earth to the stars” Seneca

Erica Robbin

ALWAYS AN ADVENTURE

Lingo in Transit

Travel, Languages and Life

Sarah Collins Bookworm

Journalist, traveller, collector of hats, bookworm

LITERARY TRUCE

Between two languages: books and other things

Jonathan Wrote This

It's turtles, all the way down.

Sweet aroma

Our lives are a Christ-like fragrance rising up to God...2 Corinthians 2:15

%d bloggers like this: