is an American painter. He studied at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
“I’m fascinated by the notion of “possessions”. Not like the Demonic kind, but the kind that you keep. I’ll buy a chair at an antique store because I don’t like the chairs at IKEA. I have to have the right chair because it’s mine after I buy it, and if I like it then it’s something close to me. “Mine” is what you call yourself to others. After a few years I’ll have a room full of things that are me. Or mine I mean. My friend once told me that a way that infants learn is by first distinguishing what IS part of themselves from what isn’t. “Me” vs. “not me”.—Brian Brown
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