Author: Serena Ebuchi
“Everything about this book is elegant.”
Through two essays, this delicate chapbook Kotodama explores the reasons and meanings of practicing art. Why do we create? What happens to us when we do? How does our art affect our daily life? What inspires us?
“Drops of Ink” is a short essay that takes place during the making of an ink painting, exploring ideas such as what it means to be an artist, dysfunctional relationships, and wishing for what we don’t have/what we really want.
“Kotodama” is a reflection on culture (in particular, Japanese heritage), language/words, and spirituality — the things that influence my worldview, and where my stories are born from.
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