Original Creative Work - Other

Cook Beale Mustard Swan

L Radford

Version | Published : 2017

Abstract

We have known each other for more than 20 years. More than half our lives. We are engaged in narratives. Many of these have no beginning, middle or end. These narratives are mostly oral and sustained through place, music and myth. We are always negotiating a present, and if I was Lane, I might be drinking a Montenegro. We meet to talk about this writing, he says in reference to the last 20 years, “This is my vocabulary now, proven by the exhibitions. It is now it. I’m adding to it with new work. Vocabulary isn’t words, it is a sequence.” Lane is aware he is re-arranging things, re-enacting them rather than “making” or “inventing” them. His authorship is shared, his process always changing, b..

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