We Were Making Fairytales by Katelan Foisy
Keep going back to the pictures and the little notes. Sadness and waste and yearning.
Pictures worth a thousand words.
Love this work, the aesthetic is gorgeous. Antiqued pages with contemporary images.
I was lucky enough to host Katelan in Oxford for a day last year, and hear her read passages from her book Blood and Pudding, so this exhibit means a lot to me. The sense of fragility but also joy are stunning
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