Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Being Alone















Edward Hopper's "City Sunlight" (1954)
Fritz's "Self-Portrait in Mirror" (2005)

I would write a story about Hopper's subject, but I don't think it would be very imaginative. It wouldn't be very imaginative because there isn't too much interesting about being alone. We can wonder what she is thinking about in city sunlight, but we know she's just feeling blue. She's shut up in a glum room looking outside, probably wishing she were outside with someone she knew, walking in the sunlight. She should just go out and do it, rather than sitting around, moping in the sun.

Then, there's my self-portrait in mirror. Hmm. Looks pretty lonely to me.

To set the tone of being alone: you should listen to some Hearts of Space programs.

Being alone is sometimes the most healing, introspective moments of our lives. I guess it doesn't look like much fun on the outside, like Hopper's lonely women and houses and city scenes. But as I look at my self-portrait, I don't see a lonely woman, necessarily. I see an explorer into the self. And I do find her to be a very fascinating woman.
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