Tom Mason is an artist, writer, and occasional musician. For more, please go to http://www.tommason.eu
Please don’t be freaked out by the fact that I spent the past 3 hours looking at your work and trying to find whatever scraps of information I could about you. I promise I am not a stalker – I am just an A-level art student and we do that kind of stuff every day.
But that’s not the point.
I find most of your work very fascinating (especially ‘Hmmph’; I love ‘Hmmph’) and, for the sake of my as yet empty sketch book, would be very grateful if you could spare a minute to answer one question for me. I have noticed that your work features many words, slogans, etc., usually combined with the actual visual image. However, you also produced images without any literary content. If it’s not too inconvenient, could you please tell me how far do you think words help to highlight the meaning of an artwork? Please?
If you are the nicest person in the world with all the time on your hands, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much,
Hi Kaja, thanks for this (and reminding me that my blog exists and needs some attention!). I’ll reply to your question via your email soon. Tom
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