Interview: Artist Zhivago Duncan Finds a Home in Mexico

John Hood , BlackBook Mag, September 30, 2020

Some people roll into a town or a city, then spend the rest of their lives attempting to make sense of the place. They judge and they analyze, monitor and criticize, and usually wind up on the wrong side of a second guess. In other words, they get nowhere, slowly.

Other people roll into town and don’t bother trying to make sense of anything. They don’t judge or analyze or monitor or criticize. Instead they wander. And they wonder. And they don’t worry about a thing. It’s not so much that they close their eyes and hope for the best, mind you. It’s more like they open their eyes and expect the best. And yep, you guessed it, the best eventually arrives, right on cue.