This is a photograph taken with an iPhone looking out an airplane window. It shows the Atlantic ocean from about 2000 feet –comprising an area less than a square mile. The shutter speed is approximately 1/125th of a second. In that incredibly short amount of time, in this extremely small piece of a vast ocean we can see the potential for hundreds of watery, sea-foam paintings. Within this one instant I've highlighted five possible frames in red. What we see here ( ironically through the conduit of photography) is inferred evidence that when gazing at a foamy, watery painting you are looking, through an apparatus of paint-on-surface, --not so much a representation of the past but a window onto the now.
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