On seven days in April, I will leave a snapshot of the sky somewhere along
my way as I walk to work. These snapshots are photos that I have been
taking of the sky over the past five years -- recording the pattern and
the variance that is blue. The photos will not be identified. I will record
(photograph) the leaving, and the following morning track and record its
fate. That is the degree to which one can record fate, if indeed fate
is marked by absence, which I hope it will be.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Ken Corbett lives sometimes in New York and sometimes in Provincetown.
He works sometimes as a psychoanalyst, and sometimes as an artist. He
has a PhD from Columbia University, and a Certificate in Psychoanalysis
from New York University. He is Coeditor of Studies in Gender and Sexuality,
a psychoanalytic journal, and has written several articles on gender,
sexuality, and developmental theory.
His installation, Sky (after Felix) was shown in Sal Randolphs
Free Show at the Schoolhouse Gallery in October 1999.
Golden a solo installation was shown at the Schoolhouse Gallery
in July 2001.