Spring 2020
Interlude

A liminal space, a rest stop, the eye of the storm; An interlude is the tension between stagnation and action — a moment in which we pause, suspended in space and time, before continuing on our path. It is the transition between verse and chorus, the act break in a play. Stop at the fork in the road and consider: what is it to inhabit the in-between? Is it disruption? Stillness within chaos? A moment saturated in reflection?

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