LUNAMOTH (Around #11)
Digital image, 605 x 600, 1998, and acrylic on 12" gold plate, 2002, by Chris Wayan
One day, in a library book, I saw an abstract collage by Karl Rössing. This moth-girl popped out of the texture. I'm not sure he meant her to be there, but I couldn't stop seeing her. So I painted her clearer... and then realized she was me in my dreams. Day Me curls up and Night Me unfolds: a girl with dark moth-wings, not angel-white but camouflaged--one with the dangerous magical dark, that seethes with larval, metamorphosing faces.
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