“little rooms: do you remember?”
“little rooms: at dusk”
One of these days I should tell the stories of these pieces, how they began, how and perhaps why they change. But not today.
I believe that meaning belongs to the viewer, that we bring our own memories and imaginings to the work we see. Artist Statements are used by galleries as a way of helping a prospective buyer connect further with the artist. I do not think the statement should ever be used to “explain”, to narrow interpretation, to fill in for what is not in the work. That’s my bias, long held.
As for these “little rooms”, they are images from dream and memory. If a viewer engages with them then the particular story belongs to them.The story is theirs to tell, to imagine, to dream.