Objects

An object placed in an empty landscape needs other objects added in its proximity in order for the viewer to arrive at some sort of meaning.  The objects, even if they are randomly chosen and randomly placed within the field, force the viewer to begin to form relationships between the objects.  A primitive narrative is formed, and the narrative is relational depending upon where the viewers point of view and which object he identifies most closely with…

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