January 21, 2013
My interview with Jane Boyer Memory Surfaces has just been posted on This Me of Mine exhibition website.
Jane, who conducted the interview via email between her home in France and myself in London, is an intrepid and perceptive interviewer devising questions that really made me think about my own practice in different ways ranging from the place of digital archiving and today’s ever burgeoning stream of information and images through the Internet and social media etc
“Sandra’s art is some of the most visually complex work I have ever seen; every time I see her work I am amazed all over again. She works with both static and moving images, curiously the boundary between what is static and what is moving seems to fade away; bits of data are set in motion……”
The complete interview will be published in an accompanying book to the forthcoming touring group exhibition This Me of Mine but you can read the excerpt Here
UPDATE: Jan 23, 2013
Another excerpt from the interview entitled Compossible Worlds has just been published on Art Pie website Here
“It is undoubtedly continuity which defines the compossibility of each world; and if the real world is the best, this is to the extent that it presents a maximum of continuity in a maximum number of cases, in a maximum number of relations and distinctive points.” Gilles Deleuze