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The things that he didn’t have, I mean, that kind of feeling he invited people with that feeling. Were there other people of Japanese or Asian background? RA: He invited Peter Grippe who was like Peter Voulkos. We had Mae West, we had a model that looked like Mae West. And many, many times I just went to his house and knocked on his door. AL: I guess an alarm clock wouldn’t disturb me anyhow. RA: Then as a student I would come up early morning to see the fog come up. And it was clear in the very beginning, at , and then it would get very, very foggy, the fog would cover the mountain. on view" data-alignsub="center" data-group="0" data-hidewcol="0" data-hidesub="0" class="tb-megamenu-item level-1 mega main-navigation-item mega-align-center dropdown" class="tb-megamenu-item level-1 mega main-navigation-item mega-align-center dropdown" the blog" data-alignsub="right" data-group="0" data-hidewcol="0" data-hidesub="0" class="tb-megamenu-item level-1 mega mega-align-right dropdown" class="tb-megamenu-item level-1 mega mega-align-right dropdown" Size: Transcript: 34 pages Format: Originally recorded on 3 sound cassettes. Asawa and Lanier shared their memories of Black Mountain College, Josef and Anni Albers (with whom they became close friends) and Buckminster Fuller. RA: And maybe it was our youth that gave us that feeling at that time. And we were so poor that we were taking materials that were around us and using leaves and rocks and things that were natural rather than having good paper and good materials that we bought. Summary: An interview of Ruth Asawa and her husband, Albert Lanier, 2002 June 21-July 5, conducted by Mark Johnson on June 21 and Paul Karlstrom on July 5, for the Archives of American Art, in the subjects' home/studio in San Francisco, California. They were experimenting and we were also experimenting at the time.
PK: You described a situation, this is exactly what I would have imagined, but you have all the rich color and detail of your own experience. [To Mark Johnson] Do you have any specific questions about that?
RA: We were just having, yes, we were also having a lot of fun.
RA: Stravinsky’s Rites of Spring and that’s all I can remember. PK: And so you, this is really interesting, because you, obviously, thought that that was art.
I never saw any of those, but they were photographs of the fog coming in. And then I used to make butter for the college from the milk and the cream.
PK: This is something that you don’t know just how to display.