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Counter Arts

No Maggot Lonely: Thoughts from a Life in Art

self (The Moons of Saturn), ©2021 Frank Rodick

An edited version of this essay was published in the June issue of FotoNostrum.

In hindsight, art became my vocation because I had no choice. There are always choices so, like most high-sounding statements, that first sentence isn’t even true. But it feels this way — like if I hadn’t become an artist I would have been eaten from the inside by some sickness.

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Frank Rodick

Frank Rodick

Photo-based artist whose work is exhibited and collected internationally. He writes about art and creativity, fog and mirrors. See frankrodick.com.

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