Thursday, July 24, 2008

Nothing That Happens After We Are Twelve Matters Very Much

Andrew Burton:

This body of work is concerned with the transitional changes of childhood through recent generations, stemming from my observations in the differences between when I was a child and the childhood of my younger siblings today. It appears to me that demands are now placed on children that require them to grow up so quickly whilst simultaneously they are denied the freedom of the childhood I led.

from SeeSaw
via The Exposure Project
via the remarkable ::: wood s lot :::

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