more of the edge…

More on the topic of the last post, “The Wreckage of Dreams” by Bhante Sujato.


It turns out that making art is not so much self-expression as a dialog between what we think we want to express and the materials that seem to have their own demands. Engaging in this dialog moves you to a degree of attentiveness and concentration beyond the private and the personal.Norman Fischer, “Saved From Freezing.”


2 thoughts on “more of the edge…

    1. It’s interesting to think of it in terms of working with historical or archival materials. There’s a point where working with literature or historical and archival materials intersects with the actual community, and that’s where you really begin to know what is the stuff that you are working with, what are its demands, limitations, and its potential.

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