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Along Cane River 01/30/2014 Oil Paint Rendered - Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Our imagination is the source of everything we need to find what we need to do what needs to be done in each situation as it arises all our life long


















Along Cane River 01/30/2014 Oil Paint Rendered
– Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
Our imagination is the source
of everything we need
to find what we need
to do what needs to be done
in each situation as it arises
all our life long

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Along Cane River 01/30/2014 Oil Paint Rendered – Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Our imagination is the source of everything we need to find what we need to do what needs to be done in each situation as it arises all our life long. We have all we need to live… [more]

Cane River (1982, Horace B

Cane River (1982, Horace B

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Cane River (1982, Horace B. Jenkins)

Untitled, Richard Tuttle, 1965, The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection Gift (purchase, and gift, in part, of The Eileen and Michael Cohen Collection)Size

Untitled, Richard Tuttle, 1965, The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection Gift (purchase, and gift, in part, of The Eileen and Michael Cohen Collection)Size

moma-prints:

Untitled, Richard Tuttle, 1965, MoMA: Drawings and Prints

The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection Gift (purchase, and gift, in part, of The Eileen and Michael Cohen Collection)Size: 14 x 16 ¾" (35.6 x 42.5 cm)Medium: Gouache and pencil on notebook paper

http://www.moma.org/collection/works/97596

My name is Matana Roberts. I am an American saxophonist, composer, and multidisciplinary artist.I am most interested in sonic experimentation, thru the lens of endurance, perseverance, migration, liberation, oblation, improvisation, and the many layers of cognitive dissonance therein as it relates to history. My artistic scope is wider than maybe it should be at times, and i am charting a sonic/visual trajectory that often cross references multiple mediums in sound and beyond. But I steer my work process via my own curiosity,self challenge, love of possibility, and am grateful to keep being given continual opportunities to explore. This site is an archive of some of those ideas I have pushed forth, and some that I am still working on. Art making, like living, is a rather precarious process. And I stand beloved and in awe of  it all.

Much longer bio here.

blog of sorts here.