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"Your gaze hits the side of my face"*

Draw me (“Your gaze hits the side of my face”)

Start with a circle
Of air, leaves and water
Corn fields, light and sea of consciousness. 164 more words


Archive: Identity Crisis: Feminism & Identity in Postmodern Appropriaton Art

Circa 2010 – written for B.F.A. – I don’t have a digital copy of this so I’ve typed it up from my original paper copy – as such, no in-text ref or footnotes, only bibliography – left completely as-is, including too-long first sentence and the section my marker described as ‘convoluted’ at the end of 1st paragraph – (if you’re interested, this one only got me 75%, so maybe don’t plagiarise this one, kids) 1,098 more words


Washington DC Part 1: Escape to the Hirshhorn

The spring break crowds in addition to throngs of school groups in our nation’s capitol were thick and loud, though there were many places to find solace while enjoying incredible sights. 1,021 more words


Underground Getty!

Today AOAT Seniors experienced an amazing tour of the unexpected: the vital special departments that support a major art museum! They saw and heard from an array of experts: exhibit designers, carpenters who make display pedestals and custom shipping crates, the people who carefully pack priceless works of art for shipment around the world. 75 more words


Woman with Words: Barbara Kruger

The election of Barrack Obama in 2008 was the culmination of years of work. His advisors prepped the States by suggesting o the writers of… 656 more words