April Seminar

Judy brought this idea of “when attitude becomes form” from a 1970’s show in relation to me. She was interested in the action that I brought to the work but the importance of realising my attitude.

Also the idea of controlled works next to the letting go of control and what these two approaches next to each other might open up.

The attitude of the ‘drop’. The moment. But is it a decisive moment- a moment over time or a moment that happens but is realised over time (developing time/ viewing time)

Why not do this drop again?

The way light behaves in relation to the eye.




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