Based on “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” by Wallace Stevens
Our anatomy confounded / Unbounded / Strone across the floor / To be pieced together / By your hands / You call us sluts / Who “beg for more”
Artist Statement: Using a mix of medias, I created a series of pieces all revolving around books and knowledge. I focused on creating pieces involving women because I felt they illustrated a personal narrative paralleling my own life.
The Legend of Lilith is a series of short stories, its publication spanning FEM and Ha’Am Newsmagazines., depicting a fictional representation of Lilith, a female demon mentioned in Jewish texts, as the First Wife of Adam, and how she interacts with figures in history and various creation myths of different cultures.
Created by Heidi Phelps
I created a collage using a classical artist and a modern artist. I chose John Singer Sargent as my classical artist and Kirsten Rothbart as my modern artist. These two artists had much to say when used in conjunction with one another.
Research is currently underway for possible medical treatments to help feminists jolt back to fun activities like socializing, dating, and enjoying T.V.
This was Grandmother Spider, the Spider Woman of the tales in the Old Navajo Oral Tradition: the Woman that Brought Thought into Being. But for now she was still fairly young, give or take a few millennium.
By: Mariam Abazeri
When I get dressed / Words wrap my chest / What is vulgar molds her