Ennui in my changing self, moves through me at the pace of a rock – Maggie Tennesen
Martin Cox: I asked artist Ryan Hill “could describes your experience of ennui in an image”
‘If the regular length of a shot is increased, one becomes bored, but if you keep on making it longer, it piques your interest, and if you make it even longer, a new quality emerges, a special intensity of attention.’
She first started creating things as a form of entertaining herself. “I started making art to fight boredom, quite honestly,” she says.
(from The Reykjavik Grapevine article Hypernature: Shoplifter Showers The World With Colour by John Rogers)