Two more excerpts from the hand out prepared for the exhibition,
Subtle sense – Jan 2017
Conscious, mind, body sense – like a niki sign before from spine
We float in our reality, projected from our whole being/whole self/whole body, through the CNS (Central Nervous System) or otherwise referred to as the brain-and-spine.
Various aspects of our reality make-up or construct our reality of “conscious experience and self”, to which I like to add “witnessed”.
We are given us a sense of where we exist, in relation with our whole. We may also get a sense of how or in what shape the various aspects of our reality exists, in their “actuality” as projection. This is indicated here in their somewhat diagrammatic depictions, which may also be considered portraiture as they depict us, but in our fundamental make-up and existence.
As such we may approach our being a part and enter being in relation with our whole.
A process of integration ensues, of becoming a part, according to our whole being. It may be considered a process of reality because our whole self is of reality. Within our reality (of conscious experience and self witnessed that is a projected part of our whole) we are normally isolated from our whole – displaced by projection from our whole, displaced and disassociated among our various aspects, and finally identified in our self and with what we experience in projection.
Knobbly join – the wot and the wit and the self in between
Just like a knobbly joint left after a roast,
we are the “Knobbly join” between “the wot and the wit”
– the world out there (wot) and the world in there (wit).
The wot includes the realms of our vision and hearing. That there is outside and inside to our reality, is well explained by projection (projected through the CNS by our whole being).
To the wot (world out there) we extend up,
across to the right and forwards.
To the wit (world in there),
back and under.
Within our right sided cornering,
the self inseparable from experience
and between what we experience
out there and within.
Is there experience without self?
Is there self without experience?
There’s what we experience inside and out,
of the wot and the wit,
we join both as objects to
our being the subject of experience as