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 “It starts to mutiply, the grading of tones, until it becomes thousands of tones,” he [John Currin] reflected. “Some are accidental and some are intentional. It’s great when the accidental becomes indistinguishable from the intentional. That’s when it begins to seem like a living thing.”

Calvin Tomkins, Profiles, “Lifting the Veil,” The New Yorker, January 28, 2008, p. 58

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