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Experiment 3

The concept of ETERNITY.

From the concept of Fragile, I will now direct my experimentation to that of the Eternal

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The flipside to the Bridal shop's card was that "Eternal" Bridal. The question arose to me was "Are the concepts of eternity and fragility compatible with each other?"

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If something is eternal, then it is not fragile. surely you cannot find something more permanent than Eternity!

Charles and Diana - marriage that was made in heaven. How transient was that:

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Here we have an image of St Mary McKillop - a bride of Christ. The common belief is that she is an eternal bride in that she has been married to Christ.
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Another development regarding the concepts of Fragilty and the Eternal was to juxtapose broken shards with a bridal group. The question of the eternal and the transitory - is marriage forever?
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My next development was the investigation of a box and a frame. Are they the same?
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Is the frame a box? The eternal question. What happens when something is boxed, and what happens when it is framed?