Friday, October 19, 2018

Suppose it were Friday clxv: What is its frame?

Almost any movement, captured,
is from some perspective, a race
against time. I think the race is
a reluctance to part with the image
in itself, not any struggle with time.

Pedantry, generally considered
to reflect an undue concentration
on details of interest to no one else,
might from that perspective only represent
an anchorage in values beyond irrelevant time.

Is the permanent collection
of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
especially challenging to the untrained
eye, or are its concentric ramps a launch,
of a struggle for rapport with what one sees?

ii  Nino Migliori
    View from a train
      untitled color gelatin print

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