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Imagine that we are walking down a wooden dusty path abstracted and obscure Memories are suspended from the sky like dangling mobiles Along this path there are doorways and folds to other dimensions of stories back in time that have long since passed This place is a garden It is a plane of memories is successfully transfixed on canvas This place we have entered is Robert Rauschenbergs mixed media piece Short Circuit A world lives within this piece a world that is entirely unknown to us left open by interpretation and only fully understood by its creator The canvas is a bearer of all these sentimental mysteries and artifacts which create a nostalgic environment for us to step foot in It invites us to take a walk down with it but doesnt ask us to understand It asks us to empathize It forces you to dig back within your own inner garden of lost memories in time and find yourself within Rauschenbergs own little world The canvas isnt solely just one surface but rather has transformed itself into these moments it has become whatever attachments are held to these artifacts whatever meanings they hold and signify The canvas is the portal and you are merely invited to experience what it has to share Veering off from the abstract city of memories Rauschenberg has set for us and now moving along down to visit the enchanting world of Water Lilies by Claude Monet and suddenly we are in our own niches again That special place we would purposely try to have lucid dreams about before we understood what the bird and bees were about It is daytime at the start of summer and youre fishing It is bright at sunny and you are on a picnic date with your mother overlooking this picture perfect pond This is perfection manifested into an idea that teases the senses We are lost between two spaces of longing and
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