21 October 2007


(dī'ə-krŏn'ĭk) adj.
Of or concerned with phenomena, such as linguistic features, as they change through time.
[From Greek dia-, across + khronos, time.]

"Moon's phantasmagoric vision is of a diachronic nature, arriving from the precise present, the mnemonically obsolete and the prophetic future."
Moon Beom, at Kim Foster Gallery (New York, NY), Oct. 13 - Nov. 10, 2007

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Moon Beom, Possible Worlds 510
(acrylic & oilstick on panel, 48 in. x 65 in.)

(h/t: Steven LaRose)

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