A photo of artist Noah Purifoy’s sculpture, “From the Point of View of the Little People”, from 1994. Set against a desert backdrop of tan sand, bramble, and a clear blue sky, a lintel built of raw wood beams casts a long shadow on the ground. Beneath the central beam, a few feet above the ground, are facsimilies of the lower halves of 10 child-sized figures, all shown from the torso down wearing light-color pants and sneakers. The figures face toward the camera, and suggest a line of kids looking over a fence.
Cite this article as: , "From the Point of View of the Little People," in VoCA Journal, November 8, 2016, https://journal.voca.network/multiple-theoretical-directions/purifoy_little-people_1800w/.