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Christian Northeast

Christian Northeast’s work is a combination of traditional art, collage, old prints and Digital graphics. Many of his pieces have vintage elements from the 20th century resembling old posters or graphics you would find in children’s books from the 1940’s or 50’s. 927 more words

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Week 1: Jeremy Scheuch

Q: Look at the work of: Polke, Rauschenberg, Lichtenstein, and 
Warhol and find relations with the work of Jeremy.

Jeremy has all the elements of what makes pop art, “pop art”. 644 more words

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Week 0: Jonathan Monaghan’s Police State Condo

Jonathan Monaghan’s Police State Condo series was visually intense and beautiful in its construction with a profound message all too prophetic regarding the path our society is quickly being drawn too. 472 more words

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The Haunted as the Haunts: Domesticity in Ghost Stories

Thinking about character and domesticity, concerning Beloved and HillHouse, brings me back to my discussion of femininity from last week. In both texts, the ghosts are highly domestic, which means that the ghosts are also highly feminized—the domestic sphere being the only sphere women could move freely or exercise any agency, historically. 208 more words

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The Women in White: Unreliable Female Narrators

Clockwise from top left: Julie Harris (Eleanor) in “The Haunting” (1963); Harris and Claire Bloom (Theo); Michelle Dockery (Ann/The Governess) and Josef Lindsay (Miles) in “The Turn of the Screw” (2009); Dockery, Lindsay, and Eva Sayer (Flora) 700 more words

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Entry: Haunted Heteronormativity

One of the quintessential aspects of horror is the haunted house. It comes in all forms, from the rotting and dilapidated Satis House in Great Expectation… 459 more words

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