The Nakedness of Objects, by Wim Noordhoek, is written in Dutch. A very basic partial translation is . . .
"The nakedness of objects. This seems to me Lynn Aldrich's subject. A panel consisting of ink pads . . . this hit me instantly. . .the objects used leave their specific traces. In oceans. . . The art means to pay attention and finally see how things are . . .naked. Aldrich has a preference for cavities which you can look into and which look back at you.
And then suddenly, there also is - in all its nakedness, the famous east window of the Chartres Cathedral, by Aldrich cut out in cardboard, as if it had been damaged by a storm, the glass fallen inside.
Everything can be destroyed."