If women in publishing have it bad, then the gender gap in the visual arts is even worse
Walking through Prospect Park one late spring evening at twilight with Jackie and her boyfriend’s designer dog. Her long dress, her bowl cut, her round glasses. She’s telling me about a catalogue essay she’s writing on ghosts, on photography, on the blue hour. The blue hour, she tells me, is the…
A 30-minute radio show explores the feminist aspects of open source technology, focusing on Wikipedia.
For the anon that wanted this.
Yes I know not all of them are actually the character
Woah this got a lot more notes than expected thanks guys
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Come check out our 1851 editions of Quadrupeds of North America by Audubon and Bachman. Each volume is brimming with beautiful, full-color lithographs made from original sketches by Audubon, featuring everything from flying squirrels to moose!
I cannot stop looking at it. Laura Hampton did such a great job with this one. Seriously though take a look at that binding!
- “Gnossienne”— n. a moment of awareness that someone you’ve known for years still has a private and mysterious inner life, and somewhere in the hallways...
- “So much has changed. Everything is exactly the same. I live in New York now, but I still live mostly on the Internet. I am still struggling, like...”