“I have discovered that sitting still leaves little spaces for the grief to get in, so I stay busy.”
“" Died" was just a fact to me then, detached from emotion. But "dead," mingling with the churning and bubbling noises in this room, strikes a blow like a hammer to my chest and the monster of grief awakens, clawing at my eyes and throat."”
“it would be nice if life worked this way, stripping the dirt from our lives and sending us out into the world clean. But some dirt is destined to linger.”
“the outside air presses around me like a pillow meant to suffocate me.”
“I try to think of something helpful to say. I’m not going to die-but I don’t know that. We live in a dangerous world, and I am not so attached to life that I will do anything to survive.”
I want to lay on the grass at night Stare at the sky full of stars And just forget the world

I want to lay on the grass at night
Stare at the sky full of stars
And just forget the world

LOST AND FOUND I wish I was anywhere but here. All alone in a deserted place, a dark room with just my thoughts Staring at the wall, the ceiling above me. Counting the last days, hours, minutes. Waiting for ‘it’ to come, to take me away peacefully with nothing but regret.

LOST AND FOUND

I wish I was anywhere but here.
All alone in a deserted place, a dark room with just my thoughts
Staring at the wall, the ceiling above me.

Counting the last days, hours, minutes.
Waiting for ‘it’ to come, to take me away peacefully with nothing but regret.

installator:

installator:

“La Chiffoniere by Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985, b. Le Harve, France) is a 22-foot high, 4,500 pound piece, constructed of 1/2” stainless steel and marked with black epoxy linear tracings. It was conceived in 1972, completed late in 1978, and is among the last of the artist’s large-scale sculptures. He has, since 1977, concentrated solely on painting.” (publicartfund, 1979) 

HBD Jean Dubuffet