Last night I had the opportunity to get my upperclass(hu)man art students and Kristin Serafini in a room together. She generously agreed to bring a copy of her collaborative Cards … Continue reading Cards Against Brutality
Some things I’ve looked at lately just didn’t fit in my recent papers. That doesn’t make them unimportant. Language I love words, so this blurb on gendered double-standards in English … Continue reading Links barrage
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 took part in a project using surveillance to comment on surveillance. http://hiddenwatching.blogspot.com/ It ran from July 26 through August 2, 2013.
Part 2 of the “Writer’s block” post. My group and I picked a project. This video is related to what we’re doing…. …only not. Some other relevant concepts: –Panopticon -Michel … Continue reading Writer’s block, BUSTED
The studio topics class is a golden opportunity to try out collaborative, interactive, quirky art in the community. The only fly in this ointment is my near-complete inability to come … Continue reading Writer’s block