“Things are only real after one has learned to agree on their realness. What took place this evening, for instance, cannot possibly be real to you, because no one could agree with you about it. ‘Do you mean that you didn’t see what happened?’. Of course I did. But I don’t count. I am the one who’s lying to you, remember?”
Carlos Castaneda

Tales of Power



I suppose it’s about time I made a formal introduction of SweetClarity here at StillCreation. The best way for me to describe SweetClarity is through it’s manifest which you can read here. SweetClarity was born during the summer of 2007 shortly after Shahar & I completed our second collaboration and my first exhibition. The best way to understand SweetClarity is to experience it. So I will take this opportunity to share a new SweetClarity publication.

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These images were taken a couple of months ago during Shahar’s second Orchard Labs project. We were invited to perform at a dance festival at Mitzpe Ramon. The festival experience was not very pleasant and at one point Shahar decided that we need to get away from it all so we drove out to a vantage point overlooking the Ramon crater. We were there together but everyone did what he/she needed to do. At one point Anna got up and went to the edge of the crater and my eyes followed her. As she neared the edge I felt something was going to happen – and the rest is in the images you see above.

You can see previews of additional SweetClarity publication at SweetClarity.

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