Dancing About Ruins
Remix culture often points to quoting creativity — making art out of other people's art. But what about making art with junk, detritus, debris? It seems harder and more satisfying to make something from what had appeared to be nothing. I've been hunting for examples, large and small, of projects and expression that draw inspiration from "the great big mountain of garbage."
Where We Work
People are fascinated with the artist's studio, the writer's desk. But if you think about the space where creative labor actually gets done, and what writers and designers really look at all day, the relevant framework is probably not a room, or a window. It’s a screen.