Miranda July is just as “infused with wonder at the things of the world” as her artwork is, to quote author George Saunders. She and her work are concerned with truths, aliveness, and the idiosyncrasies of the human condition. Which is what makes her art so beautiful, surprising, peculiar and engaging. In her Pretty Cool People Interviews segment, she marvels at being able to capture and archive human truths, particularly in Learning To Love You More but which is something I think she does across her work. Using her words, it is “the mutual recognition of truths between strangers” that gives us “proof of something”, something of meaning or possibly no meaning. She blurs meaningfulness and meaninglessness, the real and the surreal, turning everything she touches into an art form. Her work takes something simple and everyday and makes it profound, like The Hallway, causing the audience to be conscious of how we see and think about ourselves and our relationships with others and to the world around us. You can see and feel this through the artistic freedom she bares in the scope of her work.