No.7: Two in a Dark Wood

7. TWO IN A DARK WOOD:

THE DECISION




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7.   TWO IN A DARK WOOD: THE DECISION.

Two girls sit in the woods; the trees are light in colour, almost white. One girl, wearing a beige-coloured dress, sits in the background, toying with a red feather. She is connected by a wire to the other girl, who wears a red dress and has white hair, two strands of which end in an electrical plug. She grasps one of these and is about to plug it into a socket in a tree before which she is kneeling. The other trees also contain sockets, all unused.

She has finally made the decision to connect. Whatever the outcome, you know she is going to do it this time.

Here is depicted the left-right dichotomy: the dreamy right brain, almost always relegated to the background; the logical left brain in front, decisive and active. Nevertheless, there is communication between them--they need each other. At the moment, the left brain seems to dominate--our society favours and rewards the left brain--but eventually they will be in balance. [SOLD]

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