Monthly Archives: December 2012

Public Sculpture and Public Problems

“The “what is it” question must be answered. And if all we can come up with is “it’s art”, that’s not enough…” At the end of Senie’s essay “Pet Rock and Bomb Threats: Public Art and Public Perception”, the statement

Public Sculpture and Public Problems

“The “what is it” question must be answered. And if all we can come up with is “it’s art”, that’s not enough…” At the end of Senie’s essay “Pet Rock and Bomb Threats: Public Art and Public Perception”, the statement

Free Blog: Hannah Wilke

So I’m in this Bad Girls class (luvv it) and it tends to overlap/synchronize with our art history class, not only in material, but in classmates (hey y’all). It feels sometimes that I am ridin’ on the coattails of my

Free Blog: Hannah Wilke

So I’m in this Bad Girls class (luvv it) and it tends to overlap/synchronize with our art history class, not only in material, but in classmates (hey y’all). It feels sometimes that I am ridin’ on the coattails of my