Good interview, Steven. I enjoyed learning a little about your process, especially about racing the house across the street. I feel fortunate to witness your dedication, your insights and your and artistic stamina on a regular basis here, and I am really looking forward to seeing your book firsthand. I will waste no time making that happen. Congratulations.
Thanks a lot Jack. I really value hearing this from an artist of your vision and skill. This project was the most taxing task of all my projects. I persevered with sheer effort striving to overcome my technical weaknesses. I greatly appreciate your interest in this work.
I enjoyed the interview immensely… reading about the challenges you set for yourself and the intricate and physical process. You described it really well. The story that built the prints and the building of the prints together make a good story. It also makes me wonder how you felt upon completion…?
Thank you so much Jana. I really appreciate that you took the time to investigate this interview and look with your introspective eye for the story behind the story.
It’s very interesting that in the past, after completing a project, I’ve always collapsed for a period of reflection. Yet even though this project was my most tiring by far (I didn’t describe how time-consuming creating the digital file turned out to be) I felt satisfied with the production at all stages and just kept going to new things. Like a submarine journey through the psyche and after returning to home port it was time for a new journey. New maps. No time for sitting back (or falling backwards) but I have promised myself a vacation at some point.
Really enjoyed reading about your method – I like your strategies for distraction. The book sounds fascinating.
Hi Richard. I appreciate you taking the time to read the interview. I sure hope people find it fascinating! Thanks again.
So much energy goes into your work, Steven, it’s inspiring! I like the way you describe it as directing a silent film – In black and white too. Perfect.
Houses being torn down and built up, lamps and lemons… Even your interview is poetic.
Hi Karen, Sometimes I feel foolish about the amount of energy I expend but I wouldn’t know how to do it differently. Much appreciation for taking the time to read the interview. Many many thanks. I enjoy your phraseology.
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