A Square’s Fourth Line  A line is solid and constant.   A square is four and only four. Each one identical to the other three. There can be no deviation. Each line must touch two lines and is forced to have the existence of a parallel line regarding the third. They will never interact with one another, yet are dependent on one another to define their existence.   There is no room for change.
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Elan Jurado

Performance artist

art New York School of Visual Arts

LCOAS
Love Letter
Time
Spews
Twine
Wrap
Square
Triangle
Aware
Child's Toy
Silence
Cock Rock
Circle
Tea
Smear #1
Smear #2
W.A.R.R.
A Memory
A Fondness For Antiheros