Matthew Ronay

When we first talked, we discussed the idea of being lost in an artwork.  The physical experience of being so caught up by the work that the intellectual does not matter.   In another meeting we talked about not seeing the work, but feeling it, of the sensation of it.  We talked about removing colour and what that would mean, of being immersed in monochrome.  Our conversations will continue, with the help of care workers who are providing some interesting perspectives.

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