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hymns from the bedroom

A  work  of  photography  by  Poem  Baker

“I’m  a  self-­‐taught  documentary  photographer  who  shoots  on  instinct.  since  picking  up  a  camera  about  five  years  ago,  I’ve  been  enthralled  by  the  transformative  nature  of  portraiture  in  its  power  to  both  mask  and  lay  bare  the  human  persona.  759 more words


Greer Lankton - beautiful freaks.

What first comes to mind are lifelike sewn dolls, strange enchanting freaks. Glamorous, gender defying creatures posed in the most bizarre otherworldly window sets. Nan Goldin’s and David Wojnarowicz’s muse first became known through actual East Village window displays, the major focus of her work being on gender issues, sexuality and self-discovery. 353 more words




Why I choose to sit at night to do these writings I am not quite sure. It is the worst of hours for me to put thought to text.  408 more words


Through art, I have been able to move through each stage of my journey with greater clarity, defiant self-acceptance, and much needed release.”

Sabrina Brett, Visual Artist


Hello friends and fellow philosophical minds,

this is a new blog and I would like a chance to introduce myself and this blog.

So, my name is Libby or Eliza (whichever you prefer, as my birth name is Elizabeth I go by either), my passions are philosophy, art, hot yoga and dogs. 152 more words

Q+A with Sabrina Brett, Multimedia Artist + Challenger of Conventions

Sabrina Brett’s journey to visual art-making has been an unconventional one. Though she majored in music at Santa Clara University, this classically trained vocalist found that working in visual art has allowed her to be more expressive and true to herself. 1,496 more words

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