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SuzukiBeane33
« on: April 22, 2005 02:58:54 PM »

Okay, so my friend Julie encouraged me to make some art for a show on feminism.  I had made a few collages and things, but never really thought of them as art.  But when I began to think about what it means for me to be a female, I got inspired, and this is what I came up with.  The term "cultural detritus" kept running through my mind- as I was making it I realized that I was sort of incorporating a lot of things that only I as an American, 20ish year old female would have in my collection of things.  Sorry for the terrible webcam quality.  I just need to buy photoshop so I can modify my digital pics so craftster will take them.



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I'm thinking about adding on a front door type thing with a faceless naked woman.  Sort of an outside the body/inside the mind sort of thing.  Responses?
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« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2005 03:16:40 PM »

Sooooo awesome.

I'm so happy that I have a friend who is also an artist! Now I can ask you all of my pertinent questions about the art scene! Question number 1: Where is the art scene?

Just kidding... Keep up the good work. I'd love to see more!
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