My current site-specific art project is intervening in the time lines of actual Tells [mounds] and archaeological sites around the Mediterranean. I am visiting Pompeii.
I offered the pond in Pompiie a ceramic shard.
A group of Japanese tourists came closer.
Will they will notice anything extraordinary?
I stood and watched.
It seemed they did not notice the peculiar piece of handwritten clay just across the mouthed face of the pond.
The guide did not notice it at all as well.
However, as I look at the pictures now, it seems that perhaps they did see something peculiar but did not say or ask anything.
I am not sure if what I perceived then is the the truth, or what I observe now.
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