paper making, painting, collage on paper
林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 1988
Bo Joseph’s Fragments of a Worldview.
“De Kooning talked a lot about being off-kilter. When he was a little off-kilter, it was always better; there was some point of engagement that was more intense. If he was too level, there was no energy in the process for him, nothing unexpected. He called himself a ‘slipping glimpser.’ He liked it when he was slipping around and sliding around and catching glimpses, as opposed to staring straight on with both feet on the ground. I really relate to that. These funny, weird difficulties that I create for myself, obstacles that I put in my own path, are similar.”