Posts Tagged ‘Judy Chicago’


                                    A found poem (NYTimes, April 10, 2014)


Six vividly colored, square-sectioned beams

colored compositions biomorphic forms

husband, died in a car accident

from student to full-fledged feminist

sexual imagery on the masculine car hood

she meant more than most viewers could

see, a genre marked by the shiny

glossy spray, power tools, fiberglass casting

the images as veiled representations

pulsing colors suggesting her frustration

finally, a fanciful image of a vagina 

collaborations and installations in an

abandoned house : metaphors of female sensibility

The Dinner Party






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