|Artist Juan Romero.|
Claiming the title curator feels scratchy and not-quite-appropriate. Yet I could arrive at no other word to describe what I feel is my reason for staying with Facebook. I believe, I know, that we mostly live adaptively. We are in an on-going state of adjusting, which means we sift through layers of played-out soil to find what works for us. Of necessity, we have become people who "make do."
It is not the second-best choice the phrase implies. In its quiet voice it hints at ways of amplification, of making what is small grow larger and more visible. It is not settling for nor putting up with. With the model of generous and innovative creatives before me, I was steered away from any raging and controversy and much of what I hear about as drawbacks of social media and shown it could be a medium for sharing visually the things of my dreams, my longings, my inspiration.
|Balenciaga gown from 1961.|
|Sawdust stuffed elephant.|