What is it about the creative spirit that often makes it so self-deprecating and sometimes so self-damaging? Did we all suffer the same childhood torments? What happens to the same spirit that drives people to points of world-changing genius? And what flips the switch and makes us believe that som
Freelance journalist, writer, reviewer, photographer. I've taken a love of words — of expressing parts of myself through such fundamental, organic means, of manipulating the abstract to create something tangible — and a passion for music — in all its stages, forms, expressions, contexts — and
I'm a recent graduate of Central Washington University and am proud to have earned my Bachelor of Fine Arts. I mostly dabble in photography and design but I'm also decent at painting. I've recently gotten into cinematography which I am still exploring.
French conceptual artist Sophie Calle explores intimate experience with cool detachment. She is known for bringing private lives into public spaces and her projects are often voyeuristic and confessional.
In 1979, Calle disguised herself and followed a man she met at a Paris party to Venice. She