• Mark Cator

Childhood


The birth of an idea is predicated by a passion to observe and there is no better place to observe than one's own children. The child and that of childhood will always be an adult construct and if children themselves think in abstract notions they do so naturally but as an adult I can only divest what I know to understand, abstract or otherwise, and beyond I am caught in a paradigm to reason.

Mark Cator, 1992, Lara