I noticed that one of my older posts, Surreal Thursday: Passion Fruit and Mushrooms , had popped up as a top post. So for this Surreal Thursday, I am revisiting the images through some digital reconstructed reality.
A screen capture of the post included some icons of recent blogs I have visited. They include the following posts (links open in new window/tab, make sure to visit and view the original compositions).
Free Write Friday ~ My Breast Cancer Journey on a Jazz Lit Canvas featuring Coltrane’s “Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise.”
Four summers have past since that original post. Even our digital remains reflect that time ticks off the seconds, while we are caught up in whatever holds our attention at the moment, a flower, a photograph , or preparing a post for our blog. We think we are carving moments into permanence, while we are being twisted into new forms of self, like a flower becoming ripe fruit or a mushroom emerging from the the decay of a changing season.
lost here in summers-
past-petals fall quickly down,
twists of light remains
A gallery of some images from my blog, Implied Spaces. Implied Spaces is a term that derives from art and architecture. It has since expanded into the area of 3D modelling and the concept has implications for Mass Media, literature, sociology and other cultural studies. Creatively, it is the place where new and unexpected modes come into being. For example, the creation of the internet was first intended to serve as a means of connecting computers for research and military/security purposes. None of the original designers or first users could have conceived of blogs, Facebook, Twitter or any of the integrated social media and art forms that would come be generated and occupy the space now known as the Internet. Much in the same way that a corner in a room can become home of a spider web or the space between two paving stones becomes a niche for a plant to root, new mass media forms evolved in new spaces.
Clicking any of the images will take you to the original Implied Space post – they will open in a new tab.
Season’s Greetings card for climate change deniers and those who think refugees are a threat.