GW: It’s not a question of solving. It’s a question of stating.
GW: Yeah. You don’t solve anything ever, really. You simply state a problem which, when you’re lucky, gives you some idea of what possible problems you can—it indicates, you know, your future headaches.
But that’s all related to the idea of the “game”—it’s being a “game”?
GW: Whatever word you want to use—you want to use “work”? Use the word “work.”
GW: I use the word “play”; but you understand the word “play”—if you ever watch children play—what do you observe when you watch children play? You know, they’re dead serious. They’re not on vacation.” —INTERVIEW: “Monkeys Make the Problem More Difficult – A Collective Interview with Garry Winogrand” (1970)