I forget that these are works that I have made. They seem too small a project to be works of their own.
So I have placed them under the title 'forgotten works'
picture 1: 'conventions of mustard (with a grain of salt)'
picture 2 to 5: eraser frames
picture 6: frames and faces
picture 7 to 8: flowerpots
picture 9 to 10: drawing of my handmade reversible, cyanotype, box bag
A quote that goes with my mustard drawings (Picture 1):
'What about a modernist mayonnaise presenting itself to a formalist culinary critic's judgment of taste? He finds it awful, but he doesn't stop with his own judgment. This mayonnaise is put together in such a manner, he says to himself while tasting it, that something of the pure ingredients that make it up are to be found in the final results.'
Clement Greenberg, "Review of Mondrian's New York Boogie Woogie and Other New Acquisitions at the Museum of Modern Art," in Clement Greenberg, The Collected Essays and Criticism, Vol. I, Perceptions andJudgments, 1939-1944, ed. John O'Brian (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986), p.15