4 thoughts on “The museum makes ghosts of itself – face, hand, face, hand, face

    • Thank you, David. I feel quite invested in this series (there’s quite a few of them now). I have felt somehow a kind of haunting happening even in a museum that’s full of people. Perhaps it has something to do with how “unpresent” so many of the visitors seem to be while the artwork is living and breathing all around them. There’s a kind of vacancy despite the crowd of humanity. And I have happened upon a technique that seems (to me at least) to convey that so I greatly appreciate you saying that. I eagerly look forward to getting back at the museum and further developing this series. (Plenty more still in the chute….)

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