Mirror Neurons

by Joyce Nash


On either side of a pane of glass
our reflections sit close, but alas.
The mirror of me
could touch you I see,
but can my heart cross a six foot crevasse?



Joyce Nash lives in a region of Southern California that was previously home to the Kawaiisu people. She is a reader and a writer, but she tries not to let that get in the way of her daily practices of reading, writing, and revolution. Sally Lelong is a visual storyteller working in a variety of media that lend themselves to use in a conceptual framework. She lives and works in New York, and routinely exhibits her work in a variety of settings from print to thematic installations to street art.

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