My transition from the world of literature to that of art should have been a seamless one. After all, both disciplines are part of the Humanities. The seductive composition of language, paint or sculpture can distil even the most appalling of horrors. Both deal, in various ways, with the human condition.
Poovaya-Smith, Nima, Confessions of an Indolent Curator, Kunapipi, 19(3), 1997.