Monday, August 29, 2011

existential door


Mark spotted this one and offers the following interpretations from his facebook friends: Is it a theoretical door? Is this some kind of philosophical directive regarding following through with opportunity? How do you even close a "door" improperly?

4 comments:

Lucy said...

Visited a library recently where there was a small art exhibition. Almost every word in the leaflet which went with it was in quotation marks. "Human" "Face" . . . there were so many, I was surprised words like 'and' and 'the' didn't get their own " "s.

toep said...

when is a "door" not a door? when it's ajar.

Buffy said...

@toep--took the words outta my mouth. Maybe people are leaving the door ajar so much of the time they can't even call it a door anymore.

toep said...

Agreed Buffy, you gotta call them as you see 'em.