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A Commentary by John Bloomberg-Rissman:
A brief text. A reader. The space between them. This work shapes that space, and enables one to “see it”, tho there is nothing to see, but rather to sense. It occurs to me that this kind of sculpture is living, changing … a kind of liminal ecosystem created by and dependent on other ecosystems around it. Hence it returns awareness to the living world. In ways, this is reminiscent of some early Fluxus work. But, for me at least, in today’s world of catastrophic and out-of-control global warming its overtones are significantly more ominous.
Jesse Glass has performed his work on four continents. He is the author of The Passion of Phineas Gage, Lost Poet; Four Plays, Black-Out in My Left Eye, and The Complete Gaha Noas Zorge & Selected Poems. He is also the creator of many limited-edition, painted books "theaters" of his poetry.