Helen Lineberry: Notes for an Art History – Part 1

As you’ll notice in my introductory post, my thesis work incorporates imagery derived from the 1929 drawings created by a 10-year-old Helen Lineberry (then Helen Howerton), who also happened to be my grandmother. These images were incorporated from an ongoing project which sought to aggregate and develop the legacy of Helen Lineberry’s lifetime of artworkContinue reading “Helen Lineberry: Notes for an Art History – Part 1”

Kinstitutional Critique – Part 1

One of the first ideas I want to dig into in response to my thesis mentioned in my previous post is the notion of “kinstitutional critique.” For the uninitiated, this term plays on contemporary art strategies called institutional critique (IC), whereby artists critique the institutions which host creative and artistic practices and exhibitions such asContinue reading “Kinstitutional Critique – Part 1”