The Classic Interplay Of Curve And Line
Hmmm, yes. The classic interplay of curve and line.
It’s funny that should come up, because as recently as last week, I believe, I was just talking about that, about the classic interplay between curve and live, with my good friend, Georgia O’Keefe. “Georgia”, I said, “How do you feel about that classic interplay of curve and line?” No, wait, it wasn’t Georgia O’Keefe, it was Richard Serra. My mistake!
Anyway, Richard and I, we were talking about the classic interplay of curve and line, and just then, and I couldn’t believe it either, right across the street, getting out of a taxi, there was the ghost of Francis Bacon. And so I called out, I said “Francis! What is your opinion on the classic interplay of curve and line?” Sadly, I couldn’t hear the answer, because across the street, on the other side, Laurie Anderson was asking Lou Reed to buy her some grapes and a popsicle. But I still feel as though, on that day, I learned a great deal about the classic interplay of curve and line.
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