On the Brink of the Eye
Once I had a dream: I was sitting on the edge of my eye like I was sitting at a window and watching life outside. At the same time, I was able to turn back and have a look at the inside of my world. Both perspectives are partly true. Our visual constitution and cultural disposition give us the information we need when we want to receive a convincing image of what we see. To be on the brink of the eye describes the moment when we are not able to find the right word for what we see but, at the same time, we know that there is something which approaches us and returns our look.