Now available: a double disc edition of two short videos by R.C. Sayler. One disc features the title, "Artist Playing in His Studio (and Other Serious Stuff)" and the other disc contains the silly narrative, "A Little Big or, It's Hard Work Being an Artist." This collection can be purchased here.
Posted by R.C. Sayler at 4:55 PM
What is scale? I was sitting on the bus and I noticed the woman sitting next to me was much larger than me. This does not mean she is of a different scale. She is simply larger. Different. She is still a human, just a bigger human. So, if one paint can is small and one is large, it is just that. They are still one in the same. But is it different, is it scale, if they are not of the same material? If they are not alike? If one is an actual paint can and one is painted cardboard to appear as a paint can... one functions as a paint can, the other functions as a representation of a paint can--this shift is scale. A model of rather than a gigantic
Posted by R.C. Sayler at 10:21 AM