"WE MUST IMAGINE SISYPHUS HAPPY" 4-2020, bronze and riverstone, 6"h x27"w x4'd (15 x8 x10 cm)

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“THE ONLY WAY TO FIGHT THE PLAGUE IS WITH DECENCY” ... “THE PLAGUE” 1947

“ONE MUST IMAGINE SISYPHUS HAPPY” ... “THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS” 1942

                                                   Albert Camus                                                   

Sis·y·phus
Pronunciation: 'si-s&-f&s
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin, from Greek Sisyphos
: a legendary king of Corinth condemned eternally to repeat the cycle of rolling a heavy rock up a hill in Hades only to have it roll down again as it nears the top

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artist statement - Sisyphean Series

 

 

 

 

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