1. What I like best about working with my eyes closed is that I can’t ‘judge’ what I am doing. I can’t self censor. As a result the work is much bolder than if I could see what I wss doing.


    1. High praise indeed. I had the sheer joy of seeing her work when I was in Japan last year. My favourite piece you could walk all around. It was suspended in the gallery by its four corners.



    1. Thanks Neil. It is always interesting to hear what other people are finding in the work. I did a really interesting class on maps and mapping at art school. It remains an interest, but I hadn’t thought of it in this context. Thanks I think I will have a bit of a chew on that idea.



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