"...the problem about the egg and the hen, which of them came first, was dragged into our talk, a difficult problem which gives investigators much trouble. And Sulla my comrade said that with a small problem, as with a tool, we were rocking loose a great and heavy one, that of the creation of the world. " 

Plutarch, Table Talk, Moralia 120 AD

                                                                                                                                                                                         

The process of a hen laying an egg starts with the embryo passing through the oviduct; generally taking 24 hours as does the revolution of the earth on its axis. There is a similar relationship of space and time between a women’s of ovulation, mine, to that of the moon orbiting the earth: 28 days between phases of the new and full moon.

Hope Sandrow, spacetime June 2007 

 

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(l) September 29 5:09 PM Agenor

(r) September 30 3:53pm Shinnecock with Susanna

Two of seventeen portraits of Shinnecock Family Flock commissioned by Agnes Gund

The Sky is Falling, spacetime

Open Air Studio, Shinnecock Hills 2009

Albumen Prints 20” x 16”

 

“An Artist Feathering Her Nest” by Penelope Green includes a slide show with my narration

“Fowl but Photogenic”

by Nicole Bengiveno  includes a slide show of selected portraits