Carroll Dunham, Untitled, 2003.
"Charles Burchfield developed the language for his abstractions while on the phone making lists of groceries. Philip Guston sat at his kitchen table and made notes of pictures flying around in his head. He records his ideas for a new school in New York on the first thing he can get his hands on. Ideas can take many forms. Often they come in very small, sometimes cursory packages."
from THE AGE OF SMALL THINGS, curated by Chuck Webster at Dodge Gallery, January 11 — February 23, 2014.