19" x 23"

Doubtless everyone has experienced confusion at one time or another in daily living. It may have resulted from a misunderstanding with a close friend, a loss of orientation in unfamiliar territory, a lack of crucial knowledge or experience, or yet some other circumstance that profoundly upset normal orderly living. There is often both a physical experience, such as chills or perspiring, and an emotional component, such as fear, embarrassment, and disorientation when we find ourselves mired in a confused state.

“Confusion” has no straight intersections, nor any underlying order, nor any easy way out of an environment where random directions are active. The more you look, the more you can see the confusion!

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