BE MY GUEST is a venue for others to share their art; I assemble between creators in my sitting room. Linear time and locality are not relevant.
Andy Galsworthy’s modest art was on my mind on my last trip to Kyoto; I was thinking of him while counting and lining up ten leaves, and when I placed seven branches on the path to a Shinto shrine.
He says here: ” When I make a work, I often take it to it’s very edge of it’s collapse, and that’s a beautiful balance.”
Alan Watts: “Everything wiggles.”
I try to imagine the wonderful conversation, probably under a tree, they will have if they meet. I would be a leaf.
I WOULD LOVE IT IF ANY OF THEM WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PART IN MY FUTURE PROJECT: Reviving Ancient Alexandria Library