"...he wants to challenge readers’ assumptions once again with this book, which reflects his “restlessness with form.” He draws a parallel with the work of jazz musicians who are constantly creating anew. “That’s what trying to work with unconventional forms feels like: You’re crossing the bridge while you’re constructing the bridge,” he said. “I want people to read my work and think, ‘Wait, I didn’t know that was allowed.’ Any book that is finding its own form is implicitly saying, ‘Well, it’s allowed now.’” Teju Cole interview in NYT
THE WORDS: snippets i've read, overheard, or realized- each one adding another facet to my understanding of life
THE IMAGES: snapshots or my collage paintings on wood panel, these are an ongoing response to things i see and feel, they involve layers, erosion, and chance and allow for more spontaneity than my large sculptural works.
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