Thursday, May 22, 2008

Mark Rothko on "creation"

It begins as an unknown adventure in an unknown space. It is at the moment of completion that in a flash of recognition they are seen to have the quantity and function which was intended. Ideas and plans that existed in the mind at the start were simply the doorway through which one left the world in which they occurred.

Mark Rothko

(qtd. Anne Paris)


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