References in classic literature ?
Darkness thrust itself upon him; and, quivering on the floor, glimmeringly he came back to the light of the room and to the man who was casually touching a match to a cigarette and cautiously keeping an observant eye on him.
What follows is a sequence of images that ask to be read as fugitive sculpture, or as toward sculpture: here for the moment, glimmeringly articulate, its assembly requiring no physical strength, its components trashed after being documented.
One senses an allusion to medieval pageants of the deadly sins, and, although only one figure (tricked out in peacock feathers) has affinity with representations of "Superbia," others are, even so, glimmeringly emblematic.