Tuesday, June 15, 2010

the philosopher's stone is a square circle

to love one's mistakes

“The great difference between a writer and painter is that the painter reveals the traces of supposition whereas the printed work hides the hesitations of the writer. The painter exhibits his cancellations, his corrections, and he ends up loving them and imposing them.”

– Pierre Alechinky in conversation with Diane Kelder

The above artwork is by Agus Suwage.