Review: ‘Eva Hesse’ Offers a Moving Portrait of an Artist’s Brief Life – The New York Times

Eva Hesse died so young but achieved so much but I can't help but think of what she would have gone on to do. After the death of Eva Hesse, Sol Le Witt made this work which I find completely touching and relevant. Sol LeWitt created “Wall Drawing 46” two days after Eva Hesse’s death.... Continue Reading →

Black/Square

Over the past two weeks I have been reflecting on the April seminar and where to from here. It is clear that although I covet an extremely reduced visual language it requires a much deeper and complex understanding of why I do what I do, which to date has been driven mainly on instinct and... Continue Reading →

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