Space between: cognition, constructs, and contemplation, The
I frequently ponder the buzz that surrounds a person at any given moment in a day. Stopped at a traffic light, I gaze around at other people in their cars and think of all of the experiences that have brought this group of humans to the same point, waiting for the light to turn. These brief moments of simultaneity--these intersections of individual experiences, environments, and objects--are wonderful features of being alive; the ability to contemplate these brief moments is uniquely human. As well as offering critical analysis of five separate sculptures, this paper delineates the conceptual ...
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