LETTER

Robert C. Morgan (2020)

Your work is becoming increasingly more secular, which I believe is positive.

It is also unpredictable and inscrutable -- both good!

The feeling is abstract like Dvorak. You offer the invitation to enter and soon it begins to break down or construct itself in a new way.

The feeling is positive, but also in suspension without a clear definition, yet knowing it exists.

 

 

 

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