Texture and wear on a black wall of a derelict building in a backstreet of an old city seems to contain everything that exists anywhere, perfectly harmonious and in a sublime state of order. It’s fundamentally paradoxical that an ordered system or a system where order prevails can occur in the chaos of the analogue world but it seems that it can and it does.
Of course that same Cosmos can be seen in everything at any time if we can manage to focus finely enough and so adopt the sufficiently increased levels of magnification required to see it. But some things just seem to suggest it stronger to me than others.
The Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. Designed by architect Peter Eisenman and engineer Buro Happold.
Wooden Boards at Sunset Surf
Wooden boards lying at the side of the garden at Sunset Surf Cafe, Gwithian, Cornwall.
Membury services on the M4.