Lawrence Weschler: Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees

When I read this book six years ago, I wrote in my review that I would definitely revisit it the future. In a pandemic, I’ve run out of books to read; therefore, I reread this book. I have a better understand of Robert Irwin’s approach and process to his art this time around, but I still am a bit lost near the end. I have a hard time visualizing the artwork through words. The art world is still foreign to me. Will I read this book again in the future? Probably not. I can’t wait for the libraries to reopen so I can get some new books to read. For the time being, I still have two books I might want to reread.