PROVOKE . 17.

PROVOKE

verb

To stir up purposely; provide a needed stimulus

/ Handle With Care / "Shifting boundary between art and design, producing creations with fascinating shapes and textures that reflect an uncommon eye." The Last Magazine.

/ An Artist and a Poet on Shame / “Swelled relief, restoration, a stronger volume of my own oxygen at liberty among the trees, a sharpening as of many pencils in the cup on the desk in my cold office.” New York Times.

/ Food Forward: Chinese Wine / “Making wine involves a thousand decisions. Sometimes you are not sure what you should do. Always wondering if it's correct.” Nowness.

/ Feature ー John Booth x Tate / "Whether building upon, tearing down, covering up or painting over, visual art in all its forms enforces an allowance of chop-and-change in order to grow.” Pitch - Present.

/ The Cult Style Secrets of Brazilian Model Mari Giudicelli / “The beauty of this line is that you can wear the shoes to go anywhere.” W Magazine.

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