the mover who is standing

March 29, 2012 § 4 Comments

The verticality of the space is unknowingly held by the mover who is standing. A solitary pylon in a changing landscape of movement, gesture and stillness. Unseen, save for an inner witness, the mover is adjusting imperceptibly around a fragmented knee that seeks to find ease among aching collagen threads. This discomfort notwithstanding, the impulse is to stand, to stand for a long time, just upright and silent and still.

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