Цитаты из книги «Infinity Net: The Autobiography of Yayoi Kusama», Yayoi Kusama

scattered cattle bones and lived like a spiritual recluse
By continuously reproducing the forms of things that terrify me, I am able to suppress the fear.
Each day I learned anew what an inscrutable, ambition-filled human struggle it is to paint, to create.
From the point of view of one who creates, everything is a gamble, a leap into the unknown
But I was under the spell of the polka dot nets. Bring on Picasso, bring on Matisse, bring on anybody! I would stand up to them all with a single polka dot. That was the way I saw it, and I had no ears to listen
producing the unique art that came from within myself was the most important thing I could do to build my life as an artist.
Unable to sleep, I would get out of bed and paint. There was no other way to endure the cold and the hunger. And so I pushed myself on to ever more intense work.
having reached the foot of the mountain, I wanted to climb to the top.
Come what may
escape the chains that bound me
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