APERO at the Magoski Arts Colony
April- May 2016
November - 2014
This piece was composed in the night. I took this image in the Mojave at night and re-arranged the figures to be facing away from each other. You see only the back of their heads as they gaze into the dark sky. Above you see a shooting star..the figures are disconnected yet together..as we all are when we look up to the heavens as individuals. We are unified in our singularity.
In physics 'singularity' is a point at which a function takes an infinite value, especially in space-time when matter is infinitely dense, as in the center of a black hole.
The figures are in a circular placement here. They have created a center...
a center for the stars to reside...
I wanted the composition of this piece to express that.