Mountains of Uncertanty
Furthermore, the news talks about global warming. Everything happens in fast destructive events. But at a slower, unperceptively path, ice turns into water making the sea level a bit higher each day. And at this very moment a glacier is disappearing. Perhaps the Arctic Sea and its glaciers are far from you now. You can’t hear the sound of ice turning into water. Can you? Perhaps for you Melting Point is a physicochemical measurement. But from now on don’t think of Melting Point, Arctic Sea or Antarctic ice as something beyond your comprehension or beyond your potential to change things for better.
Think of Melting Point as a geographical place.
Think of Melting Point as a presence.
Melting Point has arrived to stay.
Where will you be then?
Having said this, when the heavy weight of speculation and political interests exhausts me, I search and find shelter in my own mountains. I mold them with my hands, and print them like a hermit in the red cavern of my darkroom, as a cave artist would do. It’s a personal commitment: at any time of History, anyplace, we have something to say, to share and to show.
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