Author: WL

Abandoning Originality My conversations with people around me on the subject of creativity are very often met with a wishful expression — “oh how I wish I know how to do art” — sometimes tinged with envy — “if only I can be that creative!” I relish in these moments. They show that people do think […]

About Play ‘The game is the process, not the finished product. Importantly, when we play and make art, the products we make, the things we do are autotelic – they are their own end in themselves; as Hannah Arendt wrote: ‘only where we are confronted with things which exist independently of all utilitarian and functional references […]