MINI Friends, today's October story is definitely a bizarre use of our beloved dollhouses. There is a long history of the fascination of the idea of a haunted dolls’ house. In 1927 M.R. James wrote a book “The Haunted Dolls’ House”. It is a true example of Gothic Horror. I read it as a teenager, and it rivaled any horror movie I saw at the time. Richard Hawkins is an American artist, inspired by the early roots of the premise of life beyond a traditional dollhouse. He interpreted that the miniscule houses are not inhabited by ghosts, or possessed dolls; he feels the aspect of the dilapidated, disturbed house is what is haunting. You decide how this art makes you feel.
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