clarifying your resistance
following on from monday’s critique of my thesis project, i’m currently embarking to clarify ‘that which is offering my project resistance’ or a solid position on origin and process of my decision making.
the stage directions
the physics of light
the human physiological restrains
the human psychological condition
the natural light
the proprioception of space
the path of the sun
the longest theoretical eclipse
[the longest a total solar eclipse can last, theoretically, is 7 minutes and 31 seconds
on July 16 2186, a solar eclipse lasting 7 minutes and 29 seconds, it is the longest solar eclipse between the dates of 2000bc and 3000ad]
the realisation of illusion
i doubt that my interest is simply in illusion
there is something special in that moment when an apparent illusion is reduced into reality – when the joy of mystery is confirmed as truth – when miracles happen before our eyes. have you ever questioned the actuality of a cantilevered thing? you say to yourself, ‘it must be some sort of trick’. well it is, and that’s fine. but something did become real, something impossible happened. how self gratifying it is to have been the thing that experienced the realisation of illusion.