it’s about 1 am -
Through a door of self-
I then understood how to present a narrative, or rather potential narrative, yet obscure your recognition of that content by coaxing first your sensory encounter with the material and shapes.
I first and finally knew my visual vocabulary.
At the time I was fascinated by the sleight of mind employed within Chinese landscape painting where the artists, by their skill in drawing empty space, making depth and richness where there was no ink.