The Weight of Air
A thought in the fore of the mind is imperceptible if not for the background ripples and flows of other ideas. A flight of fancy takes shape only against the unthought of the mind. Subtle grey wave-forms give us a sense of movement and life as the dream emerges from the unconscious. The wrinkles beneath the images of our mind become fully formed and the mirage of a dream suspends our expectations and pre-formed ideas of what we see. That barely perceptible hint of another context animates the singular object.