Tricycle Magazine: The Buddhist Review features my work, Spaces in Between, in an article about the “in-between-ness” as a dwelling place for Dharma. The subject is very fitting to my work, which is inspired by the Japanese time-space concept called Ma, an in-between space, or void, found between two structures, events or moments. The concept is also found in many forms of art such as the silence between two notes of music, ikebana, and Noh dance, in which the deliberate pauses between movements express moods. In this Kurt Spellmeyer’s article, he writes about a liminality of the mind, the true home of dharma, which is neither here nor there.
Read the article here.