'Style is the consequence of something being described in the way most appropriate to its content. It is not a hemline height or a gratuitous indicative flourish added to modify or embellish an image. Style is the by-product of saying what has to be said in the most appropriate way a maker can say it. Meaningful style emerges from the necessity of description. It is not a product of self-conscious selection.'
- Kit White, 101 Things to Learn in Art School.
Getting stuck, so back to basics. Brain storm of CONTENT for my next exhibition.