It’s hard to believe that I’ve kept at this project for two years. There have been numerous occasions where I thought I wouldn’t, or couldn’t continue—that I had nothing more to add, or that I’d tired of the restrictions I’d chosen for myself. But this project has been such a great relief to return to each time.
Now, at the two year mark, I’m curious where this work will take me next. I hope you will join me in finding out.
You have crazy insight. The way you perceive things is incredible. Sometimes I imagine things, objects, people, relations, connections just as a world of pure energy flows and singularities (what it actually really is, but not how we construct reality). I like what you do because all these wave patterns remind me of that. You help me see it, materialize it.
Thanks, Jean-Sébastien. I think you are right. I’m endlessly curious about what the unseeable, but intuitively palpable, might look like to us.
I’ve recently started to read a little more and have begun keeping a reading journal—one of the books I just finished has made an explanation for what you are describing based on brain physiology. It’s deeply exciting to me to see where the various areas of science takes us in the next several years, and how it meshes with what has always been known to be true in art and philosophy.
You are the most beautiful person I've ever encountered. It's almost as if you've in a way quantified the feels of so many. This is exactly how I wanted to spend my New Year's Day. You've brought joyful tears to my eyes. I wish you well. - S. B.