The artist should never contemplate making a work of art that is about something; a successful work of art can only ever be about nothing. The artist’s complete negation of intent thus creating a reflective surface into which the critic, curator or collector can gaze and see only himself.

Sol LeWitt (via heathwest)

Don’t agree with the always and never….but these are valid creative options as well.

(via notational)

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I find it impossible to disentangle myself from those instincts, affections, passions, attachments…which bound me…from the first moment of consciousness to other people.
Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry  (via fleurstains)

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