“Always perfect however it lies”

Creative and reflective session at the University of Brighton.  

Ryan commented that he found it interesting how the different weight of the beans and the stones caused a certain kind of organisation when the box moved.

Claudia commented that no matter how you move the box, it is always perfect however it lies.  And that the things in the installation, including the box, become themselves.  I would like to try to translate these notions to the live work that I am creating.

“Beauty untouched by humans”.  Is this what we feel is landscape?

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