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much. If I tell you everything, how it’s built, what it is, you are kind of cutting the viewer right out of the picture. Then there is no need for the viewer anymore. So it becomes a self centred piece of work. I tend to like things that are a little more convoluted and I’ve got to figure it out a little bit more. So I don’t really know…. I don’t want to know everything about that piece.


Maybe (its) a surprise what that artist is doing. Maybe I’ll never really know. As a maker I’ve got to do the same thing, to try to keep that person interested in other things. I think the title for me can be before or after, but it’s never going to be explaining exactly what that piece is


Blake Senini is a


longstanding contributor to the regional and national artistic communities. He has received recognition from the Canadian Council, as well as the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. His works are collected in the private, public and institutional domains.


Blake resides in Calgary, Alberta.


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