When forms collide evidence of the event may be obvious or subtle. Here, I have collected and assembled documentation of a collision between elements of mildly discernable potential, the most powerful effect existing in the mind. In the mind, flashes of texture strobe uncontrollably as if to impede the entrance of other components of memory. The brain says, “this memory is taken.” In this context, texture surmounts all other physical aspects of the event, digging itself deep into the psyche of it’s subject.
Copyright Jessica Louise Dillon 2011
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