KimSw

KimSw

Contributing writer for The Artifice.

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    KimSw

    You’re her granddaughter? That’s awesome! Boy would I love to pick your brain. I’m so glad you found my article! It’s actually part of a much longer paper, I wrote about Sobel for my master’s thesis. I’d be happy to send you a copy.

    The Forgotten Female Artist: Janet Sobel’s Struggle within the Abstract Expressionist Movement
    KimSw

    I think that’s my favorite too.

    Michael Manning's Paintings: A New Mythology
    KimSw

    If you haven’t already, you should look into Joe Goode’s work (he has a company in San Francisco). I think his work ties into your interests.

    Exploring the use of Speech or Text in Dance Performance
    KimSw

    Thanks for the book suggestion, I had never heard that rumor before.

    Embracing “The Other” in Josephine Baker
    KimSw

    I don’t think traditional art practices will be totally obliterated by 3D printing. There might come a point that 3D printing becomes very popular in the art world, but that means there will also be a backlash against it and a “return to basics.” Anyways, great article!

    3D Printing: The Future of Art and Design
    KimSw

    I’m so glad I could help! Good look on your paper.

    Embracing “The Other” in Josephine Baker
    KimSw

    I agree, the ending of Coven was such a let down!

    Exploring Sexism in American Horror Story
    KimSw

    What a great comment! It’s definitely got me thinking about some other angles of Sobel’s life.

    The Forgotten Female Artist: Janet Sobel’s Struggle within the Abstract Expressionist Movement