W. o’ W.: Jim Goldberg

“Watching students grow is interesting—and them observing my process helps them see that it’s not that mysterious of a thing to do. In order to figure this art-making stuff out, it’s trial and error and experimentation, and takes some time and hard thinking. Putting work out in many forms and stages is an extension of how I see things. I feel the art process is best served when it invites comments and constructive criticism from people. It’s a strategic gesture, too, because the feedback I receive helps me move forward with my ideas, which is what process is about—to craft and evolve something.”

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