The Thought of Thinking

by Bear Kirkpatrick

‘This series, created between 2007 and 2011, went afield looking for evidence in the modern world of Mircea Eliade’s evocation of the Hierophany, a tear in the fabric of the profane world that showed a glimpse of the sacred world behind it. All that lives and breathes, dies, is part of a cycle of life and death, is a natural part of the profane world. The sacred world exists as a memory of a place before death, in illo tempore.’

Through Hollow Lands

is a collaboration between Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora, both installation artists who have worked on many striking stage sets. Their latest work is a labyrinthic installation called ‘Through Hollow Lands’ at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle. Made of 200 suspended fluorescent tubes, the bright geometric piece has a quite futuristic feel to it.