I was recently interviewed by David Knight for ARC Magazine. What' nice about doing interviews (not that I've done a ton of them) is that they get you thinking about your work and making connections. Here is one that I made made for myself in our conversation:
DK: You’ve said that you ‘re interested in “the provincial and the domestic”. What does this mean?
provincial often has a negative connotation. People think of small
towns, small islands, small mindedness. But I am interested in all the
things that make a culture and a people who they are – the
idiosyncrasies of a place. I had a class once in semiotics that taught
that in every culture there is a “semiosphere” that only the people of
that culture can understand. My interest in the provincial is about
wanting to know that space as best I can.
In terms of the domestic, I’m obsessed with houses. How they are
made, how people decorate them, what they mean to different people. A
lot of my work touches on these issues. I suppose you might say that the
“provincial and the domestic” are the same space. They are both a type
Check link for complete interview.
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