Dialogue is a specific material—and Daniel is looking at what is captured in a person’s spoken language—his transition from one medium to the next is linked by this material—it is his vantage point.
Often we resist endings—not wanting to exit the familiar structure we have inhabited for years—because these structures help define us—we form our identities around these structures.
Illusion—even when we know that what we see is not real, we still experience it as real
Actions precede understanding—sometimes we need to act— that action helps us understand our intention.
She is struck most by is these “women who are fearless in making their way.”
As an artist “seeing” is the practice. But it is not so simple. For example, when you first learn to draw the figure, the teacher says, “Draw what you see, not what you think you see.” You don’t understand at first
Nichols and the artists of Studio 17 are working to let their story be heard, and to emphasize to the community the crucial importance of keeping working artists within the city limits of San Francisco.