PROVOKE. 20.

PROVOKE

verb

To stir up purposely; provide a needed stimulus

/ LUCY HARDCASTLE / “It is about a lack of tactility and disconnection from reality in how we experience culture.” PITCH - PRESENT.

/ Autumn Playlist / Cereal Magazine.

Ernest Hemingway, The Art of Fiction No. 21 / "The room, however, for all the disorder sensed at first sight, indicates on inspection an owner who is basically neat but cannot bear to throw anything away—especially if sentimental value is attached." The Paris Review.

/ Five Fantastic Surrealist Films To Watch Now / "Its irreverent, sensual playfulness, full of feverishly bizarre antics, is a wonderful outpouring from his surrealist spirit, which remains to be celebrated." AnOther.

/ Perfectly Designed and Extravagantly Nice Things / "Signature whitewashed bisque with a long, lean Brancusian shape, at once age-old and of the moment." The New York Times.

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