‘When a new world is imagined together, something may result in a productive exchange and possibly create artwork of depth. It could be a way of being in the world, investigating and probing because ‘tomorrow’s art, if it is to be at all stirring, will no doubt be performed upon today’s forbidden territory’ (Ben Shahn, 1957:91).

With gratitude to the inspiring artists and great teachers of an honourable practice by whom I had the privilege to work with and learn from: Bob Blackburn, Thomas B. Allen, Robert A. Weaver, Marshall Arisman, Stefano Beccari, John Phillips, Sue Tate and Iris de Leeuw

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