We reveal this, we conceal that, we change our minds about our minds, about our revelations and concealments, and blame it on the solar dance.
Who do you love, Antimony?
I wonder if you wonder.
In the morning, when all is said
and done, does that driftwood
question wash up on the shore?
The image is an illustration for poetry Antimony in Annandale. It was created with VEE, the Visual Evolution Engine, which does not employ standard Artificial Intelligence techniques to mimic existing art, but seeks the realm of the unimagined. The figures were created with VEE and ALISA, Adaptive Layered Image Synthesis. Click image to view larger size.
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