14 months into this Rosslyn Redux reboot my daily deep dive has become habit; my inquiry has lead to unanticipated, sometimes surprising realizations; and I’m only just beginning to find my bearings and glimpse the holy grail.
What *IS* my holy grail in this inquisitive quest through Rosslyn monuments and middens? Where am I going with this adventure? What am I hoping to achieve?
I’m overdue for some out-loud reflection on these questions, so I’ll endeavor to share my thoughts in the coming weeks, starting today with inspiration from British artist/author, Nick Bantock.
Funny how in all the years I’ve been creating books, in all the interviews and with all the audience questions, no one has ever asked me the fundamental question, “What is it you’ve been trying to achieve with your work?”
Maybe it’s just as well, because, in the early days I wouldn’t have known how to reply.Nick Bantock (Facebook, September 11, 2023)
This Sunday I’ll dive into month number 15 of daily analysis, meditation, introspection, experimentation, curation, hypothesis, and, yes, some belly button gazing too. More than a year of wondering. Wandering. Every day. Asking questions. That lead to more questions. Trying to ascertain why and how Ross