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  • Al Taylor

    Haunch of Venison

    I vividly remember spending hours looking out the window of Al Taylor’s studio in Manhattan at the corner of Twentieth Street and Park Avenue. It was a privileged view. There was always a lot going on at the colorful intersection—a constant stream of traffic and sudden, surprising movements in the wild exchange of people and cars. One’s vision became gradually more contemplative, as the easy conversation started to take on its own improvisational rules, veering between logic and free association. Taylor died in 1999. What remain are the meandering traces of his thought and observations.

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