things to do this summer, yus
for the first time in my life, 4:43am is painful.
cannot. dance. anymore.
this is probably such a horrible idea, but hey, it has to happen sometime.
immersion therapy is so screwed up.
wait why am I awake wut
guess who’s coming to dinner…
Judy Chicago (b.1939) USA The Dinner Party (1974-79) ceramic, porcelain, textiles 1463 x 1463 cm
Judy Chicago is an American feminist artist and writer known for her large collaborative art installation pieces which examine the role of women in history and culture. Born in Chicago, Illinois, as Judith Cohen, she would change her name after the death of her father and her first husband, choosing to disconnect from the idea of male dominated naming conventions. By the 1970s, Chicago had coined the term “feminist art” and had founded the first feminist art program in the United States. Chicago’s work incorporates skills stereotypically placed upon women artistically, such as needlework, counteracted with stereotypical male skills such as welding and pyrotechnics. Chicago’s masterpiece work is The Dinner Party, which resides in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum. www.wikipaintings.org
just wrote ten pages on my interpretation of this piece, and it’s so rad.
Majority Rule - At 3 AM
I see you jazzfest. keep on grindin’. (at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival)
this just happened. (at Cafe Atchafalaya)