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“Driscoll’s work is not merely sensuous. It is designed to engage the body, to work with the natural motions of hands, wrists, arms, and elbows. Sometimes a very uninhibited interactor will embrace a piece and lay a cheek to its surface… Knowing these works takes leisure and intimacy…We learn how little time we usually allot to seeing art…She teaches us that looking is not the same as knowing.”

Marty Carlock, “Rosalyn Driscoll: Touching Required” in Sculpture, December 1998

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