Jill Mathis Collection

Donated by Peter Veritas

DELIRIUM (Alessandria, Italy), 2004
Jill Mathis
Photograph, 12" x 16"

"In Latin, the word lera means the ridge left by ploughing. The verb de-lerare means to make an irregular ridge when ploughing. A delirius was one who could not make a straight furrow when ploughing and thus came to mean a crazy or disoriented person."

Gift of Peter Veritas, in honor of his father Peter J. Veritas, '57

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