Tuesday, 24 February 2009


Having discussed our reasons for making art with numerous people, I have decided that play is not simply an action or activity that is carried out simply for enjoyment, pleasure, joy and delight. It is far more complex. The engagement of the emotions and the seriousness with which children undertake playing suggests that there is a necessity in it. We educate ourselves, discover the world around us, create relationships with others, communicate, discuss...
It is the starting point of so much more than simple pleasures. As human beings we have a desire to understand and discover, and playing is the most natural and affective way of carrying out these developments of our minds. The more you know the more you question. Play is the thirst for knowledge from the subconscious.

No comments: