"Odin, as the tale goes, hung upside down from Yggdrasil, the World Tree, for nine days and nights, seeking vision. When it did come, each moment was an unfolding surprise, as he glimpsed the wordless shape of thought itself. "
Artists also exist between worlds, in a much more modest way. Here, Odin is plagued with imagery as he hangs inverted, but then gets a glimpse of the rhythmic interior. Made entirely from the etchings in Eric Waldemar's "Odin-Odeon" at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design's Rude Gallery in the Fall of 2010.