Pink Cog


Window is painted on a piece of 2'x4' masonite, and has been interpreted as representing two completely different settings. Basically, people have been divided into the "window" camp and the "circus" camp.

The "window" people see curtains, blue sky, a brilliant sun, and green countryside. The vertical lines are either part of the windowframe or prison bars, depending on the disposition of the viewer. And so therefore, the picture is either a cheery little abstract of nature or tinged with melancholy and the desire to be free. Hrm.

The "circus" people see a tent (what the "window" people interpret as curtains), several rings (the red and blue areas). The yellow slashes on either side are the spotlights, and the black lines are tent poles. Members of this faction tend to view life as some sort of game.