sometimes of relief."
our lives in memory.
To see a work knowing
that it will not last, he said,
"emphasises that moment of its existence".
"The temporary nature of the piece is deliberate: none of Wright's wall paintings is intended to survive the immediate circumstances of its commission. "I am interested in the fragility of the moment of engagement – in heightening that moment," he said. To see a work knowing that it will not last, he said, "emphasises that moment of its existence".
Asked how he felt to experience the destruction of his work, he said: "Sometimes I feel a sense of loss; sometimes of relief."