In our hands is where we frame the context our our lives and our existence. It is in the natural curves and shape of our hands that we mold not only our lives, but also the food we eat, the clothes we wear, and so on, and so forth. Our hands themselves are framed, thus everything we are, touch, see, hear, and sense is essentially framed by something else.
The bubble we live in is relative to how we perceive it. This makes our senses more important, because the hands referred to in this piece works metaphorically. How ever the interpreter perceives the world becomes the frame for which they interpret the world. For instance, let's take into account the perception of someone with an amputated arm. Though the content is the same, it maybe interpreted differently by someone with a disability. Frame takes on a whole new bubble than that of someone who seems perfectly normal (whatever that is).
After careful consideration, I have composed a short video accompanied by a poem by Raymond A. Foss. I have entitled it the hands project.