For me it kind of looks like the stock market where on any given day you're experiencing a lot of fluctuation, but over time that curve is going up. And so that's kind of why I'm of the mindset that you got to get as many data points as possible looking back to get a full picture. Because if you just look at it today you get a very narrow slice. But I feel like life is a cumulative experience that you're drawing on all of those things that you've done up until this point. So things that you did in high school could potentially be influencing you now. Or you may go back and revisit them in a way that you hadn't previously.
From Michael Paone -
Long story short, I think it's like some sort of infinite unfolding kind of spiraling.
From Isaac Green Diebboll -
I so believe that drawing is a fundamental part of transforming, of creating because drawing is this act in which you're bridging the internal world with the external world and your ability to be nonjudgmental and putting down onto paper whatever it is that you're feeling. Your line is your essence and nothing in this world that we have created, designed, engineered, or built exists without having been drawn first because drawing is how we share. It's how we tell stories. And that doesn't mean that drawing has to be done with a fucking pencil and paper. There are many ways to draw. The idea of drawing is that you are drawing out that within, which is within anywhere, putting it onto some surface. That surface can be a cave wall in which you have a painting of whatever it could be ritual, but that drawing can also be a performative activity or action that you are doing in which the lines you are making are gestural and are spatial. And all of this has effect and reverberation.