Socrates said that the unexamined life is not worth living,
so today after Abilene and I jumped on some giant inflatable toys, we took a look.
Here is what we found.
Our friend Don used to be a contractor, and one day he found this envelope in a basement.
The homeowner said that he could put it in the trash if he wanted to…
It contained drawings done by this man, and also some photos of his family.
F.S. Linden was a Jewish portrait painter in 1930’s Germany.
The unexamined life is not worth living.
contributors- houston contemporary arts collective and Don Gagnon.
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