Justin Lincoln's notational productions. Thoughts, text, images, sounds, and videos.
When an artist writes about his art, he should write in the profoundest sense only for himself. He should amuse himself, cajole, invent roles for himself, saddle his image with great tasks, address with studied relish his towering ambitions, above all, take himself as unseriously as possible. it is just at that moment when his words become most perfectly soliloquized that they take on something of the air of authenticity.