Being and existence are perennial topics in metaphysical thought, as is the meaning of life: elusive to many, but religious believers obviously claim to have found it. What if the answer was in reach and we just needed to change our thinking or perspective to find it? But we keep banging our heads over the same evidence or sense of reality, without looking for alternatives or other ways of seeing. This struggle is poetically, and absurdly, captured in The Enigma of Being, focusing on the futile behaviour of a fly that has strayed indoors.
The Enigma of Being
4 - 26 June 2016
Wallace Gallery Morrinsville, Morrinsville, NZ