Inside the Publication—“The Artist Project: What Artists See When They Look at Art.”

Inside the Publication—“The Artist Project: What Artists See When They Look at Art.”


(percussion instrument tapping) MICKALENE THOMAS:
As an artist, what you make is an extension of yourself. GEORGE CONDO:
There’s no optical experience as radical as the one
that takes place in Monet. MARIKO MORI: Their artwork
can challenge your imagination to see something invisible. THOMAS STRUTH:
You’re trying to figure out, “What does it mean,
can it change my life?” JOHN BALDESSARI:
I think it’s brilliant, making art look
like it’s not about skill. JEFF KOONS: You can feel
what it’s like to be Hercules. NATALIE FRANK: It was the first
time I had seen the world through a grown woman’s eyes. ENRIQUE CHAGOYA: We are seeing
ourselves– that’s us. That’s a human experience. LATOYA RUBY FRAZIER:
It’s a silent image, but I can hear it. There’s a sound
that comes from this. KEHINDE WILEY:
I’m interested in using the past to break open
into the present day. (percussion continues playing) (percussion fades)

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