Never Ever (II)
From the Jessica Esch: Fill in the Blanks exhibition
"It’s that one life is never enough. It’s something I’ve thought about a lot, how it must have been for people in the past. If you were a medieval villager in Somerset, say, and knew nothing beyond your immediate circumstances and had no education. That’s a cripplingly impoverished life because it doesn’t give you any insights into how other people may have lived in different times and places. That’s why I feel like I need to know about the past, why I think we all do." -Penelope Lively
Penelope Lively, The Art of Fiction No. 241, interviewed by Lucy Scholes, The Paris Review, Issue 226, Fall 2018
Wanderer-Werke Continental typewriter
Mike and Ike Original Fruits packaging
6 1/8" x 8"