“If you sang ‘John Henry’ as many times as me — ‘John Henry was a steel-driving man, driving with a hammer in his hand, John Henry said a man ain’t nothing but a man,’ – If you sang that song as many times as I did, you would have written ‘How many roads must a man walk down,’ too.”
My preference for clear structures is the result of my desire, perhaps illusory, to keep track of things and maintain my grip on the world.
I’m very interested in the uncanny and a way of looking to find something mysterious or terrible within everyday life.
Again, I see my work as a dialogue, a conversation between what was and what is.
A colour should turn back into itself. It should reveal itself to you while, at the same time, it evades you.
Perfection means you don’t question anything about the photograph.
inspiration and life are equivalents and they come from outside.