Art in the trash


Check out Anna Conti’s response to Rah Crawford’s “Deus Ex Machina” (see post). She wrote a thoughtful essay on the whys and a who’s who of artists known to have destroyed their own artwork. Most people I know have done it, considered doing it, or feel burdened to preserve their piles of production. This is one artist’s thought process on why it’s good to move on when a pile of old work stands in the way of progress.

crawford, rah


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