“For now we see in a mirror dimly,
but then face to face.
Now I know in part;
then I shall know fully,
even as I have been fully known.”
——Saint Paul Corinthians 13:12, ESV
In seeking the duality of space-time continuum and discontinuity, rediscovered old topics often radiate unexpectedly novel light. Gone astray is the apple seemingly aloof and insouciant, the naked Eve asserts the modern rendition of Eden, simultaneously nonchalant and reminiscent of the portal behind, suggesting boundless possibilities and a definitive defiant of the sever of a specific male counterpart lost in space-time anachronism. The indulgent grass, as the title ‘la pelouse’ delineates, and the austere blue sky evokes the eternal continuum, yet the rearrangement of a feminine prominence also solicits a discontinuity conveyed through a stroke of lugubriousness. The Even ever was, the lost one, and the Even there is resonate and in a concerted effort, bring forth the duality of space-time.