Letter from Isaac Weitzel, Mar. 27th
January 10, 2016
The mind does an extraordinary amount of work in an instant, as we perform the uniquely human act of making meaning out of the world around us; millions of computations are conducted, countless comparisons drawn, and significance is steadfastly assigned to every stimulus…
The measure of an artist is how far back through those computations we can get: to bring us back into touch with the instinctual, the innate, the foundational. Closer to the source, and closer to our fundamental humanity – all in some profound knee-jerk of the soul we call art.