There is always a moment in the life of an artist, of a researcher or of everyone, where questions about the state of the world come together with questions about one’s personal destiny; or to put it more modestly, of its particular trajectory. There is always a moment and there is often a place. This point of convergence easily takes on a little extreme … great departure or return to the origins, ultimate experience or abyssal withdrawal, mountainous peaks or seabed. Brilliance or discrete determined seclusion. Key or transitional moments , that do not necessarily emphasize big clamor; On the...
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