[Edit: I found this March 2014 post from about older work languishing in my drafts folder. I am no longer working with such crowded compositions, nor on 11 x 14″ … Continue reading Old stuff: more costumes
I mentioned some of the feedback I received from the first critique of term in this post. The task during the week following was to use those suggestions and criticisms. … Continue reading Incorporating criticism
Lately I have been fascinated (anew and again) by the subtext of self portraits. Quite a few refer directly to traditional female roles. I read this both as sincere (as … Continue reading Progress update: feminist paper doll costumes from art history
Here are a few more of the postcards I made last month.
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.
I finally finished the large Yoshimoto cube. Consider it homage to the link between the infinite and the infinitesimal (admittedly far less structured than “Powers of Ten” by Ray and … Continue reading Origins cube
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
My previous art cubes used appropriation to present opposing two-dimensional views of womanhood in religious art history. This time that same self-transformation has a much larger scale. (Each of the … Continue reading Yoshimoto cubes, part 4
University of the Arts, Philadelphia Spring critique (June 2013) (warning: shaky horribleness)