Harriet Harriss, one of the participants, says: “I love the idea that it’s precious only to us because it is, literally, us. It’s almost worthless to anyone else. To take something that is from myself and make it into something precious is a lovely thing and means quite a lot to me.”
She has also recently covered Nita Collins’ scarred, grotesquely plaintive art dolls and Nicola Samori’s faceless portraits. Seriously, “weird art & style” is a great description.
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