About

Welcome to inFORM, a blog mostly logging the making of my art and all that’s connected.  I will also comment on artists and art-related people I met, review sculptures I saw, sculpture galleries or parks I visited, sculpture web sites, articles, magazine, or books I read, sculpture-related movies I saw or radio shows I heard.

I am looking forward to your comments, observations and contributions which will enrich the blog and keep it vibrant.

So, whatever your background and your relation with sculpture: Welcome! Benvenuti! Servus! Bienvenu! Willkommen, Velkommen! Heahea !
·迎えに行(むかえにいく)
· 动 受欢迎的;好的;随便
· добро пожаловать

2 thoughts on “About

  1. I recently read your welcome birthday gift of Natalia Ilyin’s “Chasing the Perfect: Thoughts on Modernist Design in Our Time.” You have always been the source of stimulating artistic references. I still think about “Art and Fear” authors’ insights. Ilyin’s page 117 summarizes her book’s impact for me: “Apollonian perfectionism leaves out half of human experience. Its basic intellectual and emotional shortcomings leave us nowhere to be the complex human beings we are. At the same time, and without our particular consent, modernism denies all that is mythically feminine, tribal, clannish, communal, earth walking. We Westerners are a people of the left brain; we make no room for that which is messy, not linear, not essential, uncontrolled.”

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