INNER SPACE, OUTER MIND

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By MICHAEL PERKINS

IF YOU VISIT ENOUGH MUSEUMS IN YOUR LIFETIME, you may decide that at least half of them, seen as arranged space, are more interesting than their contents. It may be country-cousin to that time in your childhood when your parents gave you a big box with a riding toy inside it, and, after a few minutes of excitement, you began sitting in the box. The object inside was, after all, only a fire engine, but a box could be a mine shaft, a Fortress of Solitude, the dining car on the Orient Express, and so on.

And so with museums.

I truly do try to give lip service to the curated exhibits and loaned shows that cram the floors and line the walls of the various museums I visit. After all, I am, harumph and ahem, a Patron Of The Arts, especially if said museums are…

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One comment on “INNER SPACE, OUTER MIND

  1. Larry:

    Just returned from vacation to find that you had generously decided to reblog one of my posts at thenormaleye.com. I truly appreciate this, and I will now start monitoring your own regular postings. Good luck to you in everything and thanks again for the kind consideration.

    Michael Perkins, Author/Photographer, THE NORMAL EYE

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