Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cultural Symbiosis

In my Art as Discourse class at Columbia, we read excerpts from Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth and Mina Cheon’s Shamanism + Cyberspace. Frantz Fanon, 1925-1961, was a Martinique-born, Algerian writer, psychiatrist, philosopher, and revolutionary. His writings have been influential in post-colonial studies, Marxism, and … Continue reading


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Lee Bontecou

One of my absolute favorite artists of all time is Lee Bontecou. There are many reasons why I am inspired by and respect her art and career. I am enticed by her experimental use of materials and ways of making. … Continue reading

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