They stood there, entranced by the scene before them. It was only by chance that they were in London, and had a were able to see this exhibit. They listened to the hushed but excited conversations going on around them. Some people understood the exhibit, some people had followed the project since its inception in 1995, with HEXEN2039. To some people this was all new, and they were striving to tell reality from illusion. After all, the artist began this project by creating a fictional alter ego, Rosalind Brodsky, a delusional time traveler. Then she moved into the land of reality (somewhat), by basing her latest work on the Macy Conferences.
It was mind bending and mind expanding, all at the same time!~
Image is the cover of HEXEN 2.0, by Suzanne Treister, 2012, Black Dog Publishing.
(c) May 2012 Bonnie Cehovet