For me, Vik Muniz offers a model of what the Material Collective should strive to be. He transforms the stuff of life—even the dirty, messy, seemingly banal substances—into beautiful and moving things.
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Naoshima quickened my sensitivity to materials, to surfaces, to the things I come to contact.
Since her death, I’ve come to understand the importance my mother put on things.
I’m sure many people (especially art historians) may have had the feeling that a painting has haunted their life, but people tell me that my case may be exceptional.
I recently had the enjoyable opportunity to see two rather visceral exhibitions, back to flayed back.