Wherever it leads
Passing through tomorrow
A confirmed theory of existence, space-time curvature is precisely related to the energy and momentum of whatever matter and radiation are currently present. Concerning the passage of time, inevitably the present is exceedingly elusive. Moments are moving targets.
“Life is like a bicycle; keep moving on to maintain balance.” – Albert Einstein
Antipodean order and disorder are regularly understood to be measured in terms of entropy, with associated equilibrium connotations. One interesting definition of equilibrium is the attainment of perfect internal disorder in a closed system. The concept of perfect disorder is a useful visual compositional support.
“The image is more than an idea. It is a vortex or cluster of fused ideas and is endowed with energy.” – Ezra Pound
A fundamental photographic reaction potential can interrogate the real, as existence away from human sensation offers a rendering of “things as they are.” With appearance based on matter interacting with radiation wavelengths outside retinal response, the real becomes hyperreal. Here at the very least we have one specific account from a possible infinite number of hyperreality iterations.
“The real is produced from miniaturized cells, matrices, and memory banks, models of control – and it can be reproduced an indefinite number of times from these. It no longer needs to be rational, because it no longer measures itself against either an ideal or negative instance. It is no longer anything but operation.” – Jean Baudrillard
Appling geometric order to randomness, we impose structure on external phenomena helping to establish a frame of reference. A relativistic reference frame includes the time coordinate, un-corresponding across different frames moving in comparison to each other.
“Imagination is not an empirical or superadded power of consciousness; it is the whole of consciousness as it realizes its freedom.” – Jean-Paul Sartre
Lichen growing on bare rock is always an interesting study of the adaptation capacity of photosynthetic activity. The first to settle in extreme environments, generally they constitute the singular life forms found at high mountain elevations and at high latitudes. In fact, experiments have demonstrated that lichens can survive directly exposed to the vacuum of outer space.
“Intelligence is a symbiotic relationship between emotion and thought.” – Gene W. Roddenberry
Without knowing the details, I would surmise this street symbology references some sort of perceived political oppression. Associated with the injustice would be the desire to force change, based on the understanding of a more legitimate social morality. Universality is implicit in any ethical judgment, even as such evaluations can only stem from cultural context.
“Morality is the herd-instinct in the individual.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
Getting to the heart of aesthetic knowledge, space and time experienced on the shore of an infinite sea of consciousness fascinates. Shedding ultimate light on the complexities of existence, there is a psychological power associated with the sublime.
“At last the horizon seems open once more, granting even that it is not bright; our ships can at last put out to sea in face of every danger; every hazard is again permitted to the discerner; the sea, our sea, again lies open before us; perhaps never before did such an “open sea” exist.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
Sometimes an image capture requires extensive post-processing to complete the visualization. There is a certain satisfaction to be had working new technology to render a post-Impressionist homage. Post-anything extends historical accomplishments while rejecting previous limitations.
“Do not quench your inspiration and your imagination; do not become the slave of your model.” – Vincent Van Gogh
Sensation spread over a time fragment defines “ambientambulations,” exposing reality’s otherness. Traveling through the immediacy of an art experience describes a tentative activity. Consciousness is the interface between actuality and potential, the clash between what is and what could be.
“Life has its own hidden forces which you can only discover by living.” – Soren Kierkegaard
Active participation in the energy exchange defines being, floating in the happenstance of facticity. Pure sensation can never be separated from mediated perception. Dynamic works of abstract art are a function of analysis.
“Life has no meaning a priori… It is up to you to give it a meaning, and value is nothing but the meaning that you choose.” – Jean-Paul Sartre