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Let's Take Apart an Apple

Apple

/ˈapəl/

0. The round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin red or green skin and crisp flesh. [Merriam Webster Dictionary]

1. Fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil [Western Mythology]

2. A thing that can be described in a word or in a book; a package of information that can be expanded, folded, and collapsed almost indefinitely.

3. If you ask a chemist to describe an apple, she might talk about the molecular structure, the sugars and the starches and the acids. A painter might talk about the way that light and shadow interacts with surface of the fruit. An ecologist, a farmer, a sociologist, and a chef will all have a different perspective, and while their descriptions might overlap their spheres of knowledge will be very different.

4. In the information age, a computer or a phone.

 

'A is for Apple'

'A is for Apple'

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'Separating the Apples from the Oranges'

'Separating the Apples from the Oranges'

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Reverse 20 questions

Reverse 20 questions

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'Apple with Wormhole'

'Apple with Wormhole'

10x15''. Digital Mixed Media. 2017.