Francesca Woodman’s Notebook – Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-covervSome Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-covervSome Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman -Untitled, 1975-80

 

From Francesca Woodman’s Notebook – Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981 Courtesy George and Betty Woodman © George and Betty Woodman

 

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

© Francesca Woodman s notebook

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

© Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

© Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

© Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

© Francesca Woodman s notebook

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

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Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman-Some Disordered Interior Geometries, 1981

Francesca Woodman

« These things arrived from my grandmothers[…] They make me think about where I fit in this odd geometry of time.”
Francesca Woodman, In Some Disordered Interior Geometries, Notebook

Francesca Woodman

« This action that I foresee has nothing to do with melodrama. It is that life as lived by me now is a series of exceptions … I was (am?) not unique but special. This is why I was an artist … I was inventing a language for people to see the everyday things that I also see … and show them something different … Nothing to do with not being able “to take it” in the big city or w/ self doubt or because my heart is gone. And not to teach people a lesson. Simply the other side.“
Francesca Woodman Last journal entry before she took her life «  Francesca Woodman’s Notebook Some Disordered Interior Geometries

Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman – Untitled, “Patterns » (variant from Some Disordered Interior Geometries), New York, 1980-81 – Courtesy Robert Klein Gallery