This exhibition presents a visual association offering cognitive experiences for the singular viewer revealing the works of 14 artists under the precept above . If O is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, it is also the first letter of Origin[en].
Here, in the beginning was the Olive Tree.
Some linguists believe we created language inspired by birds’ songs and other sounds around us. Others hold that Onomatopoeia may have been the first form of human language.
And there is an acceptance that consciousness predated language. Still, if language is associated with consciousness, our understanding between language and consciousness is not “straight forward”, because consciousness appears to be present among many species.
Interestingly enough, the Greeks kept two “o”, the “little” and the “great.” Lately, we have all been subjected to the demise of that “little o” as in “omicron.” Though hopefully we can soon switch our attention to the “great” one, the larger Wheel of Time, that allows us to shift our gaze to brighter horizons.