Philosophers and artists have always been fascinated by the transaction between people and things.  Objects, it would seem, have always been mysteriously tethered to the construction of meaning.  Memory is  elucidated by the sight of a precious keepsake - a photograph, a ring, a key.   

History is revealed by the artifacts of an age - telling the stories of individuals and cultures through ceramic shards and copper coins. The concepts of line and form are admired in material objects - a vase, a chair,  a silver chain.  Utility and purpose are revealed in the worn surface of a well-used tool, the simple elegance of a spoon,  the empty space of a wicker basket.  Even language and ideas - the most abstract of human inventions - are anchored in our primordial relationship with things. 

Explore with us the connections between our lives

and everyday objects. 

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