This week on Cargo

CN/074 — Jan 15 2019

 Things are not what they seem; nor are they otherwise.

It’s helpful to think that the issues we all face are getting more complicated over time — it soothes the pain of not being able to solve them. But perhaps there’s another way; enter artist Valentin Abad. Abad’s sculptures, often made of rough, clunky wood, intimate that our problems aren’t complicated at all — they’re just cyclical, simple and goofy.


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Choices incidental, uncalculated and correct

Two for stunting your hierarchies:
Things are not what they seem; nor are they otherwise” (Shurangama Sutra) and “How can that which is self-existent, complete, be moved?” (Aleister Crowley, Book 4).

Image: Jean Léon Gérôme, Napoleon before the Sphinx, 1888