''We see parts of each other and we put them together. But if I want to see you in totality, you need to move away; we need space between us. Across the street I can see all of you at once, but then I also see this huge vista of space surrounding you, coming in and compressing you.''
This thought has never left me. And through it I began to see that rather than thinking about sculpture, one might be able to learn to think sculpturally.