2 thoughts on “Seer in Shadow”

  1. A delicate play of light and darkness, no one lost in the obscurity but rather there is a sense of play and mystery. I was mesmerized – and this isn’t easy to do in 1 1/2 minutes — by the sense of a sculpted absence, as if what we did not see was there to remind us of something to come — not horror but hope. In this way, I felt that I was invited to ponder VATICINATE as an experience of profound but impossible divination.

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