Monday, June 14, 2010

William Kentridge

Drawing is a testing of ideas; a slow-motion version of thought. It does not arrive instantly like a photograph. The uncertain and imprecise way of constructing a drawing is sometimes a model of how to construct meaning. What ends in clarity does not begin that way. William Kentridge


Polly Jones said...

Wow, thanks for sharing that! I especially love the automatic writing animation. I'd seen an Art 21 on him a while back.

martha miller said...

Hi Polly! You're welcome! He's fascinating to watch.

Dean Grey said...

Thanks for posting this, Martha!

I love the fluid, unfinished, and ever-changing quality to his work!