Ku, 220 x 220
Detail from scroll (980 x 355)
torn khadi papers, gauze, acrylic paints, lurex threads
pottery fragment, textured canvas
How do you pull a name out of the wordosphere to title a work that has no conceptual basis?
Often artists resort to “Untitled” or a cluster of letters and numbers that would look more at home inside a computer’s database. I’ve resorted to using “Untitled” a handful of times, but mostly I find that the work will tell me its name – and its story too – if I am patient and empty.
The scrolls that I’m posting details from at present reeled their names off like tiddlywinks as soon as they had found their format – ie, the kakemono or scroll.
Mu. Ku. Wu.
Hmmm, thought I, what means this?
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