Blake and Brodsky
Wire Ball, Burray, Orkney.
Platinum-palladium print on Van Gelder Simili Japon from 8×10 negative
referring to the previous post about Sontag and boredom, and adding this:
“You are insignificant because you are finite. Yet the more finite a thing is, the more it is charged with life, emotions, joy, fears, compassion. For infinity is not terribly lively, not terribly emotional. Your boredom, at least, tells you that much. Because your boredom is the boredom of infinity.”
from “In praise of boredom” by Joseph Brodsky