Saturday, 19 May 2007

Norman Perryman

"Jackson Pollock used to spend hours at the Guggenheim Museum looking at Wilfred’s light machines before he began painting his drip paintings. Pollock was also inspired by music, and had he lived longer I think he might have become a sort of VJ figure. Movement was what interested him—that’s what “action painting” was all about."

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