“A deep black square can be an object or an opening. Sometimes you can get a surface so deep, rich, and black that it begins to contain an immense amount of space and light. Your perception begins to equivocate, reading it as both object and void.”
From ‘Moby Dick’ to Frank Stella, a writer looks to art of the sea for inspiration.
A chance Google search leads to a nearly 600-mile drive to see the details in Lilian Broca’s mosaics.
The last single person among her friends, a young woman recognizes herself in Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Company’.