Tag Archives: Objects

Do objects have to be tangible to be loved?

I’m obsessed with objects and things (which, incidentally, aren’t the same – an object is specific and a thing is transient). Most of my art centres around objects and what they do for us and the ‘thingyness of things’ so … Continue reading

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Is it possible to love things?

Today I was cycling to college and I was thinking about love. I can’t remember now what triggered that topic (there’s not much to love between my house and Shrewsbury College). Specifically, I was thinking about the fact that love … Continue reading

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Do objects care?

This week’s article for discussion, Indifferent Objects by Laura McLean-Ferris which appeared in Art Monthly about eight months ago, is about the art world’s recent obsession with objects and what objects are thinking about this (not a lot, it seems). … Continue reading

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