RICHARD THATCHER- DRAWINGS FROM A BLACK HOLE -THE PAGE MUSEUM-ISLAND MAGAZINE- LOWER MANHATTAN -1983
THE PAGE MUSEUM: THE PAGE AS AN ALTERNATIVE EXHIBITION SPACE FOR ART SOHO NYC 1983
IN 1983 LAPP PRINCESS PRESS SPONSORED THE SEVEN PAGES THAT APPEARED IN
A FASHION-ART-SCENE MAGAZINE COVERING LOWER MANHATTAN
THE PAGE MUSEUM'S MANIFESTO 1983
VISUAL CONFUSION: MY LIFE AS AN ARTIST
Visual Confusion is an actual medical term defining the inability of two eyes to focus properly, resulting in a type of confused double vision.
By age eighteen, I made a commitment to spend my life as an artist. That same year, I was diagnosed with a serious visual problem, right eye only, tethering me to ophthalmologists ever since. It's been quite a ride.
The past dozen years have been the most visually challenging. After nine surgeries, the light in my right eye is finally out: no more depth of field, only a one-sided, multifaceted P.O.V.
These musings will take many forms. Sometimes images--sometimes words--sometimes both-- Sometimes venturing into the past--other times projecting into the future--always trying to be present.
The creative process is the most magical gift we possess. Reach in and grab it. It's there for the taking.
ON MY MIND
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