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This painting references the two worlds of land and sea touching at an uneven border, and suggests coastal erosion. Borderlands are “in a constant state of transition” and are the places where change occurs.
This work also references “going deep” into one’s own mind, and being lost in a dangerous tangle of the unknown. In describing the hazards that may face an “adventurer and circumnavigator of that inner world called ‘human being,’” Nietzsche said, “He enters a labyrinth, and multiplies a thousandfold the dangers that life in itself brings with it — of which not the least is that nobody can see how and where he loses his way, becomes solitary, and is torn to pieces by some cave-minotaur of conscience.”