Monday, July 12, 2010

grace and grayson

Grayson Perry came up a lot last week. (So did his wife, Philippa Perry, who has just written a graphic novel.) It used to feel more serendipitous when this would happen with different topics or people. I am less sure of that now that the internet allows all access all the time at the user's discretion. Hearing Mr. Perry speak, and then seeing his work, seeing him browse for books, I only became more interested in what he had to say.

His programme on Radio 4 about art and creativity, to be broadcast again this weekend, is particularly worth a listen.

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