Curiosity Cube

This time last week I found myself standing at the Musée National d’Art Moderne in Paris, in front of a glass cube with condensation inside it. Frustrated, annoyed and confused, I frowned at my partner “I just don’t get it, how can they call this ‘art’?”. Or maybe more importantly, how can a little glass structureContinue reading “Curiosity Cube”

The Art of Saying Nothing

Mel Bochner’s text based artworks have intrigued me from the beginning of this subject. His thesaurus painting collections consist of lines of synonyms, or repetitions of the same word in often bold, vibrant colours. I find their graphic, geometric and structural nature very appealing. So simple in their nature, yet very visually captivating, and alsoContinue reading “The Art of Saying Nothing”