Why do I blog?
Better question: [When I get around to blogging…], why do I blog?
1. I really, really, really want to save the precious process that is informing, influencing and directing my artmaking.
2. I want to learn more about the way I think.
3. I like the thought of a blog acting on behalf of a physical journal/sketchbook, and the aesthetic of digital word beside digital image on crisp white space.
4. A blog affords a 4D form or time-based digital documentation of process, which better highlights the web of connections influencing my practice.
So, I need to make a serious commitment to regular posts. Hopefully you will continue to watch this space to see if I succeed.
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