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Now is the thin line between the unknown and the forgotten.

Assemblage of found objects and photographs.
195 x 340 x 35 mm
Dale Copeland

I found an old notebook where I'd scribbled odd thoughts.
This one said
"Now is the thin line between the forgotten and the unknown. Enjoy it."

I've used it in the reverse order, mostly because the figure (copy of a collage I'd made years ago) is facing left,
and we usually read left to right. Whether it's text or an image.
But the meaning holds. It's brief, enjoy. What you can, while you can.

Dale's studio can be found at Puniho,
Surf Highway, Coastal Taranaki, New Zealand

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