statement . . .
Heraclitus, an early Greek philosopher, comes to us in fragments. Perhaps his most enduring aphorism is:
“No man can cross the same river twice, because neither the man nor the river are the same.” The basic gist
of his thought is that reality is change, while stasis and permanence is an illusion. The vast majority of the known fragments
are, however, extremely obscure if not downright unintelligible. Much of the scholarship on his work is in placing these
fragments into a plausible context.
exhibitions . . .
• 2 person. “Traductions,” Galerie Occurence (Montréal)