Disassembler

Artists will often disassemble an image or a concept to figure out how it works, to make it give up its truth.  Engineers and programmers are chuckling to themselves now.  If you are a word person, go read about disassemblers at Wikipedia.  You’ll love it.  If you’re a visual person skip that it will just drive you crazy.

Today’s prompt: Pull out a memento of some kind. Take it apart, concretely or virtually. Look at the pieces, fool around with them, put them back together in novel ways or pick one and watch it from behind a tree . . . put the whole thing back together when you’re done. If there are pieces left over don’t blame me. It’s your memento.

Write, photograph, paint, compose, weave, quilt, sculpt . . . Create.

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2 Responses to Disassembler

  1. Molly says:

    I have always loved the word assemble. Now I see I am going to love disassemble, too. Okay, going now to the link. Thanks.

    • Gerry says:

      Heh-heh. You, of all people, will have a wonderful time with the convoluted metaphorical possibilities. I will count on you to let me know when you make something of all this.

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