Monday, June 15, 2009
"What comforted his misapprehension [Bloom's]?
That as a compentent keyless citizen he had proceeded energetically from the unknown to the known through the incertitude of the void" (U 17.697).
The most whimsical and humorous in my collection, the "keyless citizen" is made up entirely by two materials, paper and chain. To my great depair, I would not find real keyholes, it is an odd material to come by if you are not a locksmith, so I improvised and created the keyholes from paper which I treated with a deconstructing paint process to make them appear more like real keyholes. Keyholes...but alas no keys. Poor Poldy!