drawing exposure paradigm

Body drawing exposure paradigm

In the exposure paradigm, repeated exposures to a picture lead to more favorable evaluations of the picture.

Robert Zajonc

15th-century-printmaking, Israhel-van-Meckenem

Atelier 17also

memory and instincts flow in drawings

Poetic justice

Existence of things is their meaning. Do let your memory and your instincts flow in your drawings. The principles that govern the interaction of humans are barely understood at all.

How is information and imagery understood?

We have replaced the epic with the ordinary, but it remains heroic.

It is not enough to be busy; so are the ants.

Henry David Thoreau

For silkscreen, the paper had to be dry, for etching it had to be humid. So, Matsutani would make a screen print at Van Houten’s, then soak it and do the etching on top at Hayter’s––a radical and highly experimental technique for that time.