The photo of my installation at Walker is the first photo I've seen of the entire piece. I worked on it with considerable assistance for a week and I think the impression it makes is very positive. Albeit a bit architectonic given the room and it's Swiss authors. But hey I love architecture part of the fun of going to art school in Chicago was the amazing buildings. Thing is working that big reminded me how great it is to work really extra large. I sort of bump into an element of Joe Zucker's earlier dot paintings a sort of inner Mondrian kicks in and we organised the hell out of chaos! Chicago artists have terrible inferiority complex or they used to I know I did! I was not from the tony Northern suburbs I was from the center of the monster, but by some magic or at least an act of G-d I lived 2 blocks from a cinema. And movies are a blessing, my paintings wish they were movies.
Opening Report - Poisoned Cookies < FRANKY GAARD> More people than at some Twins games. Many artists musicians, writers and all for free, damn I don't like that $35 ticket for art shows But it shows that Walker knows my gang. I was surprised to see many faces now grown older. It was quite a meeting, I felt like the rooms had come to life, animated by hundreds of people's vision. Like warm human emotion and no shame about it. And I'll get my report together before I forget it. Pammy said something like -----a lot of skinny girls with long hair ---- I thought hmmm once I was skinny and had long hair. But that was before I read Wittgenstein and I began to see my place in the order of things. Besides meaning is what a guess?