Machein n on the right people talking on left

Satori permits the penultimate state of consciousness, locating by extension of time, the condition of the enlightened mind: the pre-condition for the human mind to exist in an undeveloped state allows for the event known as 'satori', the attainment of enlightenment. Satori admits in its modesty and patience a collecting of remote events of thought. These events are tallied and visibly acknowledge the rate of received 'mindfulness'. A period of counting is interrupted daily by a sudden ebullition (of concentrated thought). A motor spins up a crescendo, a valve turns, and a suspension of fine filaments is disgorged into the air.
David Floren received a Master of Fine Arts from Concordia University in Montreal in 2003. He is a sessional instructor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. His artist practice in robotics, digital media and photography over the past six years has led to the solo exhibitions Tick and Scion/Sillon at Bourget Gallery, Montreal, Phonomono at VAV Gallery, Montreal and Resonances at Design Gallery in Vancouver. He has participated in group exhibitions in Grenoble, France, Berlin, Germany and Bellingham, UK.