w/ Kyle Francis Williams
“I am thinking about the body a lot and all of the time. The body is where the story starts.”
Perhaps this is Fate, in that our interdependence is inescapable, that we always affect each other.
“Illustrated literature hasn’t really been popular since the nineteenth century. I would like to open the discussion around that form again, to see what we can do with it.”
Exposition / The White Dress – Nathalie Léger
by Kyle Francis Williams
Nathalie Leger’s triptych is a balletic interpretation over the line between fiction and criticism.
“Even more than I ever wanted to write a book, I wanted to have health insurance.”
So a good way to make myself write an essay is to nurture and cultivate a small obsession. Like a Chia Pet.
How could the alpaca consciousness not be affected by all this?
“Things that have happened are tangibly still happening, whether we know it, accept it, or not.”
“I don’t want to let these things just glide by; I think we can learn from our current digital age through art and being in conversation with it.
“A story is whatever I say it is.”