Call and response

My friend Kirsten Rian made a call, to which I responded… this is her response.

Alphabet of Light, #6, by Kirsten Rian in Daylight Magazine


“I have started believing that the value of art is the feeling it produces in us, artists, when it is ushered to existence, inspired… and, hopefully, the feeling someone living it and connecting with it, may experience; the transmission. But for that, you have to be able to recognize what is inspired and what is created, by a mind, a cartesian Newtonian mind asserting its separation from that to which we all belong (and perpetuating the dream we have been thought to believe as reality),” my friend Germán Herrera says, as we discuss art’s relevance and reflexive place. read more



  1. Ana · July 29, 2012

    I agree with you, especially in that art is more valuable when enables a connectivity. This photograph of yours is breath-taking! I see hope in it, not a ruptured surface but what lies beneath it makes me expect a better moment (if that makes any sense). The rupture itself is intense, yet not all there is. Thank you!

    • silenthead · July 29, 2012

      Gracias Ana,

      Por tu amable comentario, yo tambin veo esperanza, que bueno..

      Lo cual me recuerda a alguien que dijo:

      “to behave confidently generally renders good results”.



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