Saturday, 13 August 2011


Charles University Botanical Gardens, 21 May 2010.

The corrosive marks here seem like vermicular outgrowths, or undulating marine plant forms, or finger smears cultured in a petrie dish. A long time has passed from cause to effect: a slow-motion development. The cause obscure, independent readings of the effect propose themselves. In this traversal of time there is transformation, just as in photographs there is a development from what is photographed into something else.

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