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The Stories of Objects

July 4th 2016

SOPHIA KIER-BYFIELD explores the similarities between the short form and photographs: ‘…the essence of the person or scene is entirely dependent on the viewer’s response. So much is left unsaid, so much more to tell that can’t be told. Similarly, short stories offer us something restricted, abruptly ended, or open to interpretation. When it comes to these forms, so much more lies beneath or beyond what we see and read…’

Making Paper Shadows

June 29th 2011

WENA POON discusses the importance of the visual image in the creation of her stories.

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