ME WALKING WITHIN Bruce Nauman's sculpture "Square Depression," Münster, 2007. Finding this Nauman work at the once-a-decade Skulptur Projekte in Münster occasioned my essay, "Waiting for Nauman," as this work was at last an image from Samuel Beckett's novel The Unnamable that I could visualize.
Photo: Rebecca Smith.
"They look down upon him… he’ll have to climb to meet them. The slopes are gentle that meet where he lies…. grey to begin with… a nice grey, of a kind recommended as going with everything, urinous and warm." [The Unnamable, p. 358]