This little paper balloon lived in my wallet for a few months. When a quiet moment was needed, I took it out to play. There's something sweet about how it's a vessel for breath and the unspoken. A new series of drawings is in works based on its form.Reading Gwarlingo this morning, I stumbled seeing this quote:
"Erase everything you have written,’ Mandelstam says, ‘but keep the notes in the margin."sparity culled from overabundance
and then after pushing around the topic in the search bar, this gem:
“There are two kinds of obscurity; one arises from a lack of feelings and thoughts, which have been replaced by words; the other from an abundance of feelings and thoughts, and the inadequacy of words to express them.” -Alexander PushkinPerhaps I should pursue a poetry class soon.