I did not have a directed plan but to added drawings and narrative as they occurred to me. I did not work in numerical sequence but would arbitrarily thumb to a page and begin to play. For decades my art dialogue has depended on walls where I hung my paintings. That still is in place but more and more, I choose to enclose my work in a journal or hand bound book or box. In a society where the viewer assumes a glance is adequate to absorb the world, I want people to have to physically engage in order to have a visual conversation with me. Within the covers of a book, the viewer must turn the pages or leave it alone. That political stance is becoming an alternative to the 'rapid, glance and I have got it', world we live it. Especially sweet visual alternative since fewer and fewer people read substantively.
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