New Work / Sara Freeman | Sara Freeman
New Work / Sara Freeman
08 - 26 April 2010
There is a perception that comes in the odd moment of clarity, of all life woven together, intricately interlinked. It’s a reoccurring theme in mythology. The ancient Greeks had a tradition of giving woollen strands to people at turning points in their lives - symbolic of "a momentary surfacing of a link in that invisible net which enfolds the world".*
It’s a good thing to contemplate. A reminder that something much bigger than we can ever know is going on all around us.
* - Calasso, Roberto ‘ The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony’ p. 284 Vintage 1994