Contemporary photography has little patience with theories of art that cannot accept our wrinkles, imperfections, and unruly pubic hairs.
Artists who believe they control everything control what they know. Artists who allow outside forces to intervene are like canoes going down rapids.
Photography can be a most dependable yet dispassionate accountant of the physical self. With its awesome and inimitable documentary powers photography reveals transformations in our bodies we never see happening ourselves.
I think photography piles up the limitations more than any other medium I know… To outwit the calamities, I have learned to formulate a partnership with spontaneity.
Be the caretaker of your vision. Make it famous. And above all, remember, that art is risk made visible.