Carys Davis is a ceramic artist with a penchant for thoughtband words. �In a recent post he offers a quote by TJClark that�I found particularly compelling…I hope you do too.
Clark has written a book about loss of attention and the possibilities of its recovery. … He implies that whatever we find most difficult to articulate about a painting may be just what is most politically pertinent about it. We should think, he suggests, “about why some visual configurations are harder to put into words than others. And about whether there is an ethical, or even political, point to that elusiveness.””