In Let the Kids Play, Drago’s 36 Chambers series exalts the beauty and exuberance of youth as embodied by the renowned street artist, Pax Poloscia. The book is a reaction the cynicism and monotony of the adult world and a celebration of youthful creativity.
“Through graffiti, drawings, photography, videos, Pax defines her universe in the same way children play with symbolic objects of their enchanted world: watching the sand flow between fingers. To let oneself float between reflections. To fall down without getting hurt. To stop and look at everything closely. To be able to be a thousand different things, to travel in impossible worlds. To feel free, protected, eternal and invincible.” – Laura Lombardi
The play instinct
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves.” – Carl Jung