Rays of the shadow
Marcella Durand asks us to consider the geometries that articulate daily life and through which perception and language parse form: people, city, planet. Lines telescope relationships-- parts for whole, fragments for mass, and the singular for the plural and diffuse. We keep pace with Durand's alexandrines, her landed jetes across caesura, alight on waves, water and the sun's liquid illumination on objects and their shadows. Where others see corner or accidents, Marcella Durand would have us see language's infinite radii.