Drawing is the purest form, I mean you’re really making  connections, you look at the visual information, you’ve got a pencil and  a piece of paper. How do you translate that? That’s about as pure and  as crucial as you can get. You know exactly where you stand, all the  challenges are right there. You don’t have to invent them.
—Duncan Hannah, BOMB 4, 1982

Drawing is the purest form, I mean you’re really making connections, you look at the visual information, you’ve got a pencil and a piece of paper. How do you translate that? That’s about as pure and as crucial as you can get. You know exactly where you stand, all the challenges are right there. You don’t have to invent them.

Duncan Hannah, BOMB 4, 1982