Didier William, artist interview

Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy visited the studio of Didier William for Gorky's Granddaughter.

William's talks about his process and the surface variations (pours, puckers, crinkles, buckles) that occur and how he's learned to manage the alchemical relationships of his materials. They also talk about his understanding of space or more accurately how space functions in his work, the illusionistic versus the seeable and readable layers of space. It's definitely worth checking out, the detail video pans over the work provide a much greater sense of surface than a mere photograph can convey.
 
Didier William, We, I, Can't, Won't, will never be able to go back, 2013

Didier William, Untitled, 2013


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