I have a bunch of my writing on my site:
Many of those pieces are included in a collection of my writing:
Now, my writing is separate from my art. The writing reflects interests that may or may not have any relevance to what I make in the studio.
I eschew theory in favor of fiction. I suppose a Haruki Murakami short story would have as much to do with how I think in the studio as any non-fiction.
Here are a couple links to Murakami short stories. Pick one to read before Blair's talk.
"Town of Cats"
"The Wind Up Bird and Tuesday's Women"
(To access the whole story you need a New Yorker subscription. Unless you have one, access this through online access to The New Yorker via the UNLV library website. First find "The New Yorker" electronic subscription, then access the November 26, 1990 issue.)