Mountains inspire awe with their seeming impenetrability and strength. I watch a boulder roll down, or the snow melt and think if they are really insurmountable.

Matter is supposed to be a dense form of energy. What happens when the energy flows, and influences things outside? Chiselling allows access to the sculptor to give it another shape. However, the artist might just create another unreachable God with a few secrets locked inside. The art of conquering something lies in delving inside and building a flow, which speaks to the viewer.

A mountain appears to obstruct the sky, but also build bridges to reach there.

going into the

mountains of the mind

sculpt life within


Heeding Haiku With Chevrefeuille at MLMM

5 thoughts on “(Im)penetrability

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