If the enemy masses his forces he Loses ground, if he scatters he loses strength.
–Mario Merz quoting Vietcong General Vo Nguyen Giap, 1968
Everything has always been about space, about our relationship to movement in space, possession of space, and power over others (nature, animals, and humans) to acquire and protect space. No matter how sophisticated we may think painting has become pictorially, semiotically, as a practice, or as a discourse, we are always painting as dwellers of both geopolitical and psychic space. Continue Reading