Untitled, no. 69 of 69, from the illustrated book, Album
Album,New York, Peter Blum Edition, 1994
No. 69 of 69
You can not arrest the present. You just have to abandon
every day your past. And accept it. And if you can't accept
it, then you have to do sculpture!
You see, you have to do something about it.
If your need is to refuse to abandon the past,
then you have to recreate it.
Which is what I have been doing.