I want to get down to the raw thing. I want a constant re-opening in relation to space and what's seen in it, vision as unmediated as possible. I don't mean some abstract visual world. I mean the close-at-hand world we see and that waits to be seen, the one by means of which our feelings, if we look, are turned over and reorganized through the progression of each day's dawning, heightening, waning, darkening. 

Excerpt from Dancer Out of Sight,
The Collected Writings of Douglas Dunn


Image credit: Tandemette, Photo by Christopher Duggan, 2018

Dancers L to R: Emily Pope, Jake Szczypek, Alexandra Berger, Timothy Ward


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