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Home is to find your shape 1961 ink & wash cut-out
Home is a weaving of the seasons of your life 1961 ink & wash cut out
50 years ago I marked my spot on my map of home. No longer in the city, Earth is my new map.
Home Is...

Poured Earth is locally available & makes me happy in the joyful sense that stacked functions of myself interact with stacked functions of earth: in around under within and throughout as living fully...

Coco ”The Shell is a passing Place”. ( IT, W Space Press, 1987)

Francis Ponge, “A Shell is a little thing, but I can make it look bigger by replacing it where I found it, on the vast expanse of sand...if I observe a few grains, then each grain individually, at that moment none of the grains seems small to me any longer, and soon the shell... will appear to be an enormous monument...” The Voice of Things, 1942 Editions Gallimard- English translation, 1972 McGraw Hill: From Taking the Side of Things, p.58
Coco “A nest made by his breast, his breast a nest to my resting,  his nest smoothed by him into my breast, the house of the human body.” 1981 

Gaston Bachelard,  The Poetics of Space, 1958, Orion Press translation 1964, 
p 129 “...the shell achieves its enamel-like beauty as though it had been helped by fire.”
p 5 “It is no longer in its positive aspects that the house is really lived, nor is it only in the passing hour that we recognize its benefits. An entire past comes to dwell in a new house.”
p 102  “A nest is a precarious thing, and yet it sets us to daydreaming of security.”
xxviii “Knowing must therefore be accompanied by an equal capacity of unknowing. This is the price that must be paid for an oeuvre to be, at all times, a sort of pure beginning, which makes its creation an exercise in freedom.”
Poured earth, Ponge & Bachelard