Kiki Smith

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Interview:
Kiki Smith: Family History and the History of Objects
ART21: What is it that you like about domestic objects? SMITH: [All the things] we use in our daily lives are these forms that have these deep, long histories to them. Those are special things to pay attention to. It’s important to pay attention. Like I was saying when we were talking about beauty—I think you are supposed to... continue reading
9/02/2003
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Kiki Smith: Learning by Looking—Witches, Catholicism, and Buddhist Art
ART21: You seem to have a very interesting approach to process, of letting a work evolve at its own speed. SMITH: It’s sort of nice—making something, and then nothing comes immediately. That’s how it is a lot of times. You make something, and nothing happens with it for years, and then all of a sudden it can happen. That’s nice... continue reading
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