Monday, February 13, 2006

Life is my laboratory's apparently my way to see things through this particular kaleidoscope.
People are no exception. Sometimes I say things hoping to get particular responses. For instance, I find great satisfaction when a well chosen phrase elicits the specific facial expression I was going for.

Then, I suppose, once I start doing that, research has become, well... play.
So be it.
I mean, maybe it's just me, but I'm thinking that, to make good art, we need both.



Carl V. Anderson said...

You're right on the money!

I would love to see you sculpt something underwater, that would no doubt be quite amazing to see!

Happy Valentine's Day, or Anti-Valentine's Day (whatever your flavor) Lisa, Ravyn, and all the other Slaughterhouse readers!

K said...

They look like delicate ice cobwebs. Lovely.

I'm coming to the conclusion that most things worth doing are play, on some level. Or at least, that they produce the best results when approached as play.