A Structuralist Tale: Six single pictures that may be seen independently from one another. Yet they are connected by a ‘structural’ idea, a formal rule. The story has no beginning, and no end: Pick any picture you want as a starting point. And you can also read the sequence backwards. Shuffling the pictures would not work though. Does this provide narrative? It is up to you to decide.
A new pal arrived this week, and he’s been making himself useful by helping me set up the Christmas decorations. Here’s the six steps Woody took for spreading Christmas cheer!
Vesa Lehtimäki (Avanaut)
Anomalous Encounters by Joseph Cowlishaw Deep and old - creaky wood Windy voices of childhood Shadows play and make a scene Crunching breaking through ravine Lungs burning... running, waiting Ambushed by a bizarre moan Crushed under a furry stone Something eerie blurs past Blackness sparks - eyes of last
Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. – Nathaniel Hawthorne
By Shelly Corbett
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