WORK: gravity

2011. Ink on paper. 9 x 6 in.“It’s sort of taken on a life of its own. Gregory is, in a sense, delighted they needn’t put any more work into it. Tadeusz is anxiously formulating how to stop it. Both are concerned that the result before them is not a logical conclusion but the work of some saboteur.”

2011. Ink on paper. 9 x 6 in.

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2011. Ink on paper. 6 x 9 in.“Now they’re just showing off, he thinks. ‘Tadeusz and Gregory.’ The mere sound of those two names makes the boy want to spit on the floor. It is perhaps only the presence of carpet beneath his feet that prevents him from doing so. This aversion has most likely been carried over from a former self (certain neuroses of hygiene accompanied several of his previous names); likewise, his current disdain for the pair of scientists is a reaction to specific events experienced by someone he will not reconcile as himself (despite corporeal continuity). These lingering compulsions would weaken the case for his practice of pronounced inconsistent identity if only he were to acknowledge their origins.”

2011. Ink on paper. 6 x 9 in.

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