Wylie explained: “It used to be that the house was full of paintings stacked against the walls – now they go out and away.”
Surrounded by her wall-sized canvases and small graphite drawings (stored in paint-splattered plastic leaves), Wylie talked about her drawing, painting and thinking process, and the things that inspire and influence her work.
Kent, 7 July 2014
Interview by MK PALOMAR
Filmed by MARTIN KENNEDY
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