Sentence by sentence, line by line, lighthouse casts horizons. A possible allusion to Virginia Woolf's To The Lighthouse can be discerned in the sense of suspense, of preparation and promise that pervades the text, a sense or things underway. But that it is present excitement and expectation rather than some
terminus our in the future that is art's (and life's?) ultimate achievement is clear from the outset. Or course, one can't think of a lighthouse without being aware of the slippage of its illumination and the concealment that surrounds what's
revealed. A strange narrative — a narrative of the strangeness of what is — comes into view. lighthouse is about the experience or being on the way, distance by distance. We move from part to whole and whole to part again, "the proximity unvelling a subtle inquiry."  ~ Lyn Helinian

Edited by: Lyn Hejinian & Travis Ortiz
Book design by: Travis Ortiz
Atelos 2002

A Proiect of Hip's Road

Selected Works

CS04 | Profound FatigueMulti-media Performance

CS02 | The ClockMulti-media Performance

CS03 | FUELMulti-media Performance