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I mean maybe it did and I don’t even know it. Maybe it kind of demystified the process for me. I couldn’t believe he let me make his art. Today I put a pretty high premium on authenticity and genuineness, which implies doing it yourself. It doesn’t necessarily have to. I’m not saying Donald Judd 6 is disingenuous— it is genuine work—although sculpture is different, I don’t know why. Usually a painting could only have been done in this one particular way. So, maybe it shaped me a lot more than I had realized.
I mean, I sit and I prepare, and I guess that is called contemplating. I sit at a desk, I have a book that I work with, where I put things that interest me—an image or an old painting or a sketch or a little piece of paint on a paper. It is just like a way for me to begin. My concentration isn’t good—I have to work on it. And my memory, it’s bad and then it is kind of good. It’s one of those things where you realize that you have to make your weaknesses into your strengths. I literally don’t remember how I painted a painting, and I am forced to move ahead .
The studio I tend to clean up whenever I am going to have a visitor, which has been about once a week these days. Do you have any special devices, tools, or systems that are unique to the way you work? I have this stick [holds up a paint-covered stick], which I really like a lot. It’s just a stick. But I found that for making a straight line, this is just the best thing I have ever used. When I use masking tape [to tape off an area to paint a very straight edge], it never looks like painting to me.