I like this drawing. It was made while I dwelled in the openness of exhaustion. Completing surprising works of art do not frequently appear before me, despite my working very hard to avoid self-criticism. A drawing as strange as this one seems to require my giving up a level of control. This happens effortlessly when I am exhausted. In my normal days of activity there must be a relentless background level of self-critical behavior. It must be present. Otherwise I would more often be completely surprised by my output. Does that make sense? This requires a "wait and see" answer. The benefit of me making this kind of open-ended drawing is my practicing unobstructed behavior. This is important. Exhaustion is useful!
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