For the Stained-glass Windows of the Fluxus Cathedral
All these funny little people, who are they, where do they come from, and where are they going? I don't think they are self-portraits, although they do creep into a lot of my works. They have been keeping me company as far back as I can remember, even as a child, ever-present doodles dancing in and out of a kind of automatic drawing.
They have danced their permutational dance on a mountaintop in Japan, on wooden wheels carved by native craftsmen in Kenya, at a Fluxus festival in Korea, on real stained glass in Verona, in a variety of prints and paintings, and here they are in the black marble hall of the former Imperial Castle in Poznan. Keep going, little fellows, and who knows where you'll end up. In a real cathedral, maybe, some day.
(The boxed suite of 21 silkscreen prints was published by Edizione Francesco Conz of Verona in 1991.)