To a woman passing by,
I have watched you on the street, placing foot in front of foot, darting through the mass of God’s hellish creation.
I have been irreparably struck by your image, which is always departing from my view.
With the abandon of your steps, you have won my admiration.
I love you for your grace because your walk is so unloving and your movement so unending.
I love you for your presence because your sight vaporizes and your gaze unnerves.
I love you for the indifferences you cast and the interest you represent.
I love you for your taste because it ruthlessly discards whatever cannot last, for you have shown me that the ever-new remains the same old thing.
But most of all, I love the cloudy dreams your profanity inspires.
Your’s is a rejuvenating sight, and for that I dedicate these works, my first efforts in your name.
The softness that fascinates, the pleasure that kills!
I may be an incomplete man, but I am very passionate.
Exhibiting Artists |
Tatyana Skalany, Anthony Gonzalez, Wesley Gryziak, Suzy Vogenthaler, Ant Morales, Anthora Guava, Patrick Zapien, Erin Hagood, Marco Torres
Friday, September 14, 2018 (Obst, 1801 s Peoria)
TBD (Giron Books, 2141 w 21st st)