The American poet Robert Duncan described the process of composing poetry as
an open field, as though words formed their meaning directly and concretely on
this 'landscape made of paper'.
I have always felt the visual experience -- landscapes, architecture, ancient
forms -- and the monoprints I create from these places as an act upon the open
field, sensitized to whatever I could bring to it and receive from it.
Photographing and printing has always been that of transformation from the
literal to the imagined, and from the seen to the felt.
-- Denny Moers