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Title: Of art and interpretation
Authors: Vella, Raphael
Bezzina, Aaron
Keywords: Art, Modern -- 21st century
Video art
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Vella, R., & Bezzina, A. (2018). Of art and interpretation. THINK Magazine, 23, 39-41.
Abstract: Prof. Raphael Vella (RV): You're still young, yet you've already shown your work in a number of important international contexts. Did your passion for art begin when you were still a child? Who or what led you to start taking art so seriously? Aaron Bezzina (AB): Art started out as an interest when I was young. I wouldn’t say it was a passion back then, as I was only accustomed to elementary drawing and playing around with plasticine. I wouldn’t even consider these things as art these days. At around the age of 18 I started my first official art education, which eventually led to a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art and later a Masters in Digital Arts. The more I was able to learn about what art is and what it could be, the more I realised how far I could push myself. As far as seriousness goes, I feel that I cannot take anything as seriously as I take art. Yet, paradoxically, art allows me to undermine the whole idea of being serious about something in the first place.
ISSN: 2306-0735
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Think Magazine, Issue 23
Think Magazine, Issue 23

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