While the canon of art history is a monolithic force, some aspects of it are far from benign. Art history is billed as a treasure trove of virtuoso technique, stylistic … Continue reading Exposing the male gaze (with dolls)
I’m starting something new… My plans owe a grateful nod to work by Jaclyn Seufert and Beth Scher. …oh, and maybe Sandro Botticelli as well.
The fourth round of mail art went out this afternoon.
One of this semester’s experiments was to create two different types of frames for the same polyptych. One is an altered piece of secondhand luggage that opens up to expose … Continue reading luggage vs. WOODEN FRAMES
As Elaine Scarry mentions in On Beauty and Being Just, we more vividly remember our mistakes about beauty than intellectual topics (11). Somehow it is easier to recall a time … Continue reading Kewpies, feminism, and humility