Thought Catching continued.
I continue with the game of chasing form. Form contains how it happened. I usually say. Form still contains how it happened even if I don't say.
I want to express how personal that is. Finding that thread. Giving form to what arises through thought. Sense. Experience. The transformation that depends on so much that goes beyond technique. It is difficult to share, and then, explain that at the same time. Sometimes when I see the "sameness" across the web, how idea becomes trend, art becomes cult, unique becomes common... I feel I might be part of blocking the true expression in others simply by being "liked". And then imitated. As a teacher, is it really flattery? Or is it failure? Or, could we consider it a hopeful transition?
Of course, if it is part of a plan, we might call it marketing. I get that. I watch that. I have considered that. I'm not really good at that. I fall back into questions.
But as a teacher...can I teach chasing form? The freedom in that? Does anyone care?