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  • [ 91ecdbfc ] For a body of work that gains its force in large part from its consistent, low-grade anger, the piece surprised me with explicit mention of its own sarcasm—its underlying rhetorical device—later on: “Good luck. You’ll need it. What? That’s sarcasm, a subcategory of humor. Sarcasm is—forget it.” The compressed language interrupting itself here recalls Samuel Beckett, building with statements that partially undo preceding ones, but that undoing comes from carefully adding one additional phrase at a time. The effect is language toppling over itself to evoke both a hoped-for numbness and the anger that lies beneath it.
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  • [ c334ecad ] For this project, K responds to President Trump’s derogatory comments toward women. K creates a performance piece in which multiple ink-filled balloons inscribed with insults from Trump are thrown on her while she wears a memory foam suit that she made as a metaphor for skin. The bursting of the balloons signifies the severe impact of Trump’s comments on women, and the layering of colors appear as bruises that persist over time. This communicates how
  • [ 28f107fe ] The male gaze and the conversation around gender is Why does it still need to be iterated? Woman around the world still suffer Artist Charlotte Hicks uses textiles to symbolise Does what we know about the male gaze need to be revised?
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  • [ 9219a83b ] Kate Gilmore is a home wrecker. In the four videos on display at her Smith-Stewart debut, she kicks through layers of drywall and attacks furniture and construction materials with a sledgehammer, all while wearing high heels and dresses. As part of the exhibition, Gilmore taped herself at the front of gallery powering through two layers of drywall strewn with hot pink paper.
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  • [ e9c6df1c ] Working around a theme of alcohol, Nadia created a reflection on her experience and the ways she has been affected by the alcoholism in her family. The first self-portrait represents her fear of alcoholism with the effect of wine enveloping her through the use of watercolor that spreads across her face. In the second portrait, she merged her face with the pieces of broken glass from the reconstructed bottle. For the last portrait, she created large scale watercolor paintings of the broken glass pieces showing her face and laid them over her self-portrait to resemble puzzle pieces. The second and third portraits represent that the experiences caused by the alcoholism in her family are a part of her past and of who she is today.
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  • [ 59570b3d ] The external world is not only projected onto the human form – the human is also projected back onto the external world. The Proto-Indo-Europeans had a polytheistic religion where the world was populated by a large number of divine human characters – complete with human self-awareness and emotions – each representing a particular aspect of the cosmos/nature. After a day getting lost in the internet I noticed that I had lost my ability to dream – to immerse myself into a new story, a new place, as a new person. My imagination stayed on the word level, never diving into the real experience of anything. My inner monologue became a confusing array of nonsensical facts, like an AI that strings together random word pairs. In this process of losing a structure,
  • [ b0489a72 ] Woman painter uses rhythmic line quality
  • [ c90cfd64 ] Stunning landscape by abstract artist featuring a mix of muted colors and colors and pop out. Thin lines direct the eye to the horizon.
  • [ 7a405c8f ] black woman multi media artist made pencil drawings of landscapes merged with the human body. The artist then created multiple works using stitching on fabric to explore the visual relationship between the human body and the landscape.
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  • [ 32b034b7 ] Observing reality enough will show you deep structures that define our visual world, how can light be abstracted?
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  • [ cd7278ba ] Black painter is inspired by the materials maps have traditionally been made of to create body prints using ink on fabric. the woman painter stitched topographical lines over the body prints to create a sort of map appearance out of the body prints, communicating a visual joining of the landscape and human body.

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