For many of us baby boomers, Chicano artist, Gronk, is a well familiar name. In the 70's and 80's, he played a key role in ASCO, a multidisciplinary art collective famous for provocative performances and happenings.
Known affectionately as "the Rembrandt of the video age", artist Bill Viola has more than made his name over the course of his vibrant career. Beginning in the 1970s, Viola attached himself to the video camera whilst it was still in its clunky, analogue phases.
I thought about the parallels of the newborn and almost gone: no hair, diapers, no teeth, inability to walk, weak immunity, dependency. And the miracle and the natural progression of the circle of life.