a dance in another space, relating to the memory of others, channeling the presence of someone else

disappear into abstraction

to pass from view

to cease to be: to pass out of existance or notice

filling up and emptying out a space, leaving traces, revisiting them, destroying them. some spaces seem more connected to emotion and personality, some seem more abstract and depersonalized. body shapes can be spaces occupied or left behind. I still like the (sort of paradox of) disappearing in very multiple directed non-stop movement.

I like to think of the abstract as something that moved or is moving away from something, something that even if unrecognizable is grounded in something else, has a history, is part of a process of abstraction.

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