The fact that the world has become fuller than ever of complexity of every kind may suggest at first that it is harder to find a way out of our dilemmas, but in reality the more complexities, the more crevices there are through which we can crawl.
― Theodore Zeldin
I am searching for the gaps people have not spotted, for the clues they have missed….
Excerpt from Theodore Zeldin’s ‘An Intimate History of Humanity’, page 13.
Image of light and shadows at James Turrell’s ‘Within Without’ installation at the National Gallery of Australia shot by Lee Grant.