Posted by Terri Thornton on March 23, 2016 - 9:27am

Fergus Feehily

Sometimes, at home, when the bath is filled and the light is just right, there is a reflection on the water from the small square window in the bathroom that looks out onto an enclosed courtyard. The large tree filling the external space ripples on the bath water and seems to me to be more interesting than the 'real' view. It is intriguing that this image I find so fascinating is barely there or anything at all; it is almost nothing. Fergus Feehily, Nothing & Everything.

It’s Almost Nothing

Posted by Terri Thornton on March 15, 2016 - 9:42am

Glenn Kaino

The possible ranks higher than the actual. Martin Heidegger

MAGIC: a belief system

Posted by Terri Thornton on February 29, 2016 - 2:19pm


Richard Wentworth and Gavin Morrison opened the spring 2016 Tuesday Evenings at the Modern season with a conversation on Wentworth’s career and his recently released book Richard Wentworth: Making Do and Getting By.