John Berger wrote an essay called "Why Look at Animals?" There are many perfect arguments in there. When we look at animals, they look back-but instead of seeing them for what they are, we often see ourselves reflected in their wild eyes. To me, they provide a particular vantage for thinking about human culture. We recognize them and they are familiar but also completely unknown. This is why I like to pair them with things like language and architecture. The Knabstrup is part of an ongoing series of horse breeds of the world, Tiny Horses Say What. I always try to be a few degrees shy of anthropomorphizing animals. But we do, of course, all the time. The horses in response say: "what."
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