LABYRINTHS, to trace the footsteps of another who came by here once before

...is an invitation to curate a piece, a (visual) poem, to imagine a method of preserving our trains of thought; to save the fragments and arrange them, choose some, write them down, make them noticeable. Paul Klee says that drawing is like “taking a line for a walk”, drawing the paths in which our searches intertwine, inviting others to follow in our footsteps; which, as Yoko Ono says, can be wet like the footprints we leave behind on mud, or invisible like the steps we take on water. I invite you to celebrate digression and to propose your own path in which we may lose ourselves... (read more)