The long march

The long march


We see, as it were, a cut-out from a massive and almost endless row of swaying and swaying chairs. The reference to the founder of the Chinese communist party in the 1920s, Mao Tse-toeng, is evident. But such a title also allows for thoughts about other colossal movements of living beings. Like wildebeest on the African plains, or refugees flow through any kind of violence. (from the text ‘Stoelen en Titels’ by Chris Manders from my book All in the family.)


See also The long march III where I chose the color red because of the red armies of Mao.

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