I Think, Therefore I Am… Made Of Noodles
3 years, 2 months.
I love your artwork.
Just look at this magnificent piece you created recently, which you simply entitled Bones; where you were instructed to place spiral noodles where your bones are and yarn for where your hair is.
Here’s my favorite part: You recognized that there was no reason to use any yarn for hair as all your classmates did.
You understood that because I “buzz” you every month or so with a #2 guard on the clippers, you don’t have enough hair to show it in the picture you made of yourself.
Meanwhile, all your other friends in the class, who happen to have a lot more hair than you, did use the yarn; some to excess.
I cracked up when I saw your friend Porter’s self-portrait. According to the yarn he used, he has hair down to his fingers; when really, his hair isn’t even down to his eyebrows.
And your friend, Madison, who I recently had to instruct you to stop calling an eyeball…
In her rendition of herself, she has the Pippi Longstocking thing going on.
Your recent piece of art shows me your sense of self-awareness. It took Bones to show me that you are able to recognize yourself from a 3rd person perspective.
I like how when you see yourself in front of a mirror and I ask you that is, you always smile and curiously say, “Jack.”
It’s almost as if you see yourself from that 3rd person perspective but are still somewhat confused in the connection of version of yourself to the 1st person perspective.
Hey, I know the feeling.
Something I am definitely aware of is that I have trouble connecting who I think I am to who I really am. I want them to be the same, and in theory they are, but I’m never fully convinced.
“I think therefore I am” is not as easy as it sounds.
But when you involve noodles and yarn, it somehow is easier to understand.
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