Drawing (177) from THE BASIS OF MAKE-UP
"An autistic aquarium, the inside and outside of a head, with a world speeding by. The body of a female water-skier in a one-piece bathing suit ready to start from under the surface of the water. Ruffles of waves prevent a clear view of her head. A drop of water separates the white light into the colors of the spectrum - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The dissolved horizon as a fluid separation line between the mediums of air and water. Paradoxical, respectively applying refraction laws of light in a water glass - below and above water - in the pub The Smudgy Spoon in an entirely comprehended world. I preferred no longer wanting to know what was the case beneath the surface. The horizon returns as each individual's spherically limited field of vision and their points of view. Their radius is an intimate dimension. Just like the rainbow comes into existence differently or not at all from each point of view. I don't see an inner horizon, that's how hammered in it is." (From: arsenal, june 11).