Graham Girl’s Macumba
Taking liberty with one of John Graham’s “Two Sisters” (1944) she stands bewitched by the piercing ray of an unseen black man’s eye in a work exemplary of the anima-animus syzygy which C.G. Jung describes. Both are partial personalities but also transpersonal figures. Both are nested in the psychosoma and experienced in somatic memory, dreams, active imagination, and noncognitive states generally. Anthropoid eyes appear below between the legs of a shimmering galactic spider as signs of verdant life abound.