By Ellen H. Johnson
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Laws set can always be violated. That confuses rhe pragmatic mind, There may exist eonventionalized terminologies and common designations for periods, but no rules bind, either to the material substances from which it is made or the mental process of its concept. It is created by man's imagination in relation to his time. When art exists, it becomes tradition. When it is created, it represents a unity that did not exist before. I feel RO tradition. I feel great spaces. I feel my own time. I am disconnected.
So for me it is exercise in s p c e of building a bmutiful arehitecture. And if I can, why not live in it? . X" seventy-six. I will get on my knees and w i p up a Roar ar the stairs. . for me, it is just not cleaning. When I have a cleaning warnan or man, they do it to make the house dean. I do it fos a higher order. There is something strange a b u t nature that everflhing has to crumble. %ere's no material on earth, may it b steel or rock, that will s ~ a y that way forever. They all powder dawn in time, In the end everything on earth has to crumble.
It unfolded. So I feel that in the end, X have used a hunk of time. I have taken everythiw out of this world, everything that X could, to become more aware of what it is. Let me explain something that happried, in San Francisco not too long ago.. . Someone at the luncheon party said to me, "Mrs. Nevelson, ~ ~hear i e or we read that when you eat raisins, you make a selection of each raisin. . ' T h e n you are eating raisins-I haven't eaten them for twenty years but never mind-w hy shouldn't I select every little form that I put in my mouth?
American Artists On Art: From 1940 To 1980 by Ellen H. Johnson