Knowing What your Work Means and Why you Made It

I often see people saying things like "I don't know why I made this" or "I'll leave the interpretation up to you." And while everyone will interpretation your work differently as they've come with their own background and experiences, if you aim to grow as an artist, you have to be aware of why you're... Continue Reading →

On Photography by Susan Sontag

"Like a pair of binoculars with no right or wrong end, the camera makes exotic things near, intimate; and familiar things small, abstract, strange, much farther away." Sometimes I read art-based books. You've seen this a bit on this blog in my Why Miniatures series where I discussed On Longing: Narratives of the Miniature, the... Continue Reading →

10 Reasons Why Miniatures are Fascinating

Throughout the course of 5 blog posts in a series called 'Why Miniatures?', I've explored various books, articles and films to discover just why miniatures are so fascinating. Today I present those findings to you in a conclusion to 'Why Miniautres?' 1 – Toys allow for a comparison between fantasy and reality 2 – Toys... Continue Reading →

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