Saturday, November 27, 2010


I was born on the move. The result of this mobile life — city-to-city, school-to-school, hangout-to-hangout — is a propensity to feel rather small. While I often feel overwhelmed, as if there's not enough of me to take in this tactile existence, feeling overlooked has it's distinct advantages. Here are some artists whom I admire who act on the concepts of working in the background and toeing the boundary between inner and outer life:

1) Slinkachu

2) Jules Aarons

3) Edward Hopper