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_Hole Theory—Parts: Four & Five_. 2002. © Pope.L, courtesy the artist

Pope.L. Hole Theory. 2002

Hole Theory—Parts: Four & Five. 2002. © Pope.L, courtesy the artist

Pope.L: Find a hole and visit it.

Typically what cannot be seen is what we most like to see. Longing is my favorite material for engaging--not picturing not illustrating holes.

So when I say holes are conduits, a means to, or space, or intersection. I mean holes are occasions, opportunities. Which can take many forms materials and durations. Imagine a hole that has only duration.

What I just said is a quote from the book I wrote called “Hole Theory.” Read it.