Thursday, October 23, 2008

Nonchalance at Work


The art opening continues to fascinate me - for multiple reasons, but I think most of all because you get the opportunity to observe some kind of micro-cosmos that may very well be a miniature version of, well yes, the macro-side of things.

It's amazing how on an opening night in Chelsea, there are two priorities in life:
1) Get into the space that's the most difficult to get in to
2) Once you're within that restricted space, do what you can to locate the place where the resources (i.e. the wine and beer) are abound.

When you find yourself in the middle of the buzz with a plastic cup in hand, you'll know you have succeeded.

The human being is a peculiar one. Me, myself, admittedly, being one of them.

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