Wednesday, January 07, 2009

a little bit of horn tooting...

when sun is like rain. when rain is like sun.

most of you who read the blog regularly know i'm not one to toot my own horn very often, but i was recently invited to do an interview with catherine wagley (who must be graciously thanked for asking me some wonderfully difficult questions) at artslant. while i tend to feel about as comfortable with my own words as i do with photographs of myself, i figure some of you might find it of interest even though the questions were unrelated to old photos, old music, old book covers, old poems...

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4 Comments:

Blogger susan heggestad said...

"we researched history meticulously, but that was only the starting point or framework. a respect for history gave us the freedom to move forward, inserting ourselves into the process and determining the outcome..."
I wish I could hear hear this statement coming from so many others in our culture today - politicians, economists, farmers.

Thanks for posting the interview. Wonderful. Congratulations.

7:52 AM  
Blogger Terry Pitts said...

Great interview. Thanks for sharing it. I love the piece "Continuous Moment".

8:18 AM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

thanks - interesting to hear the artist exploring their works: a parallel to the more informal exploration seen here. Also interesting to see artist and critic their own perceptions on the basis of the other's position (re the separation of mediums (media?). a dialogue like that shows the value of the 'critic'.
blow that trumpet hard, steve!
all the best
jeremy

1:47 PM  
Blogger ArtSparker said...

Very interesting to have a bit more depth about your work and perceptions of your work.

7:43 PM  

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