Tag: art

Taylor Swift Series; Evermore

Welcome to the blog post with my favorite era/album The one that only really people who love music with different time signatures and experimental music structured songs thrive. Up until ‘Folklore’ Taylor kept her music pretty normal in terms of experimentation. Always verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus, chorus. On

Taylor Swift Series; Fearless

Fearless. What an incredible nostalgic memory this album was when it was re-released. Again, although these re-releases are simply for ownership, many people who aren’t stans don’t really understand why all of us older millennials are freaking out about all of these re-recordings. Music is amazing because of the fact

The Fog

We all have a lot going on in our minds right now and not one person has more validation than another. Everyone is getting pandemic-fatigue, everyone is over not being able to see every single person they would like to, everyone is sick of masks, everyone has a better insight

Giving Yourself Permission

I had a recent discussion with my therapist about the idea of permission. During this discussion there were a few things I found myself separating; giving yourself permission and giving yourself permission without guilt. I think these are two incredibly different things however one potentially could lead to the other

Subconscious Endorsements

I’ve been reading a TON of theory about the link between OCD and eating disorders. Like I said a few times it’s interesting to really be smarter than your disorders but not being able to seperate yourself from them. I’m kind of a strange person because I will bypass feel-good

How we got here

My art revolves around 3 main categories: body ideals, human equality, and sexual assault leading to healing. I say the last one the way I do because I very much dislike art that is just … sad. I feel as a viewer I want to be given something that is

Sunday Morning

The art of the ‘selfie’ – or at least the facade of it. Social media, all around us, is composed of false advertising. This isn’t just companies, but people as well. Have you ever gone on Instagram, and have seen profiles that are always so perfect, beautiful, clean, and flawless?

Feminist Theory and Advertising

Feminist Theory and Advertisements Visual Studies Ashley Paige Young “The female body is constantly subjected to the judgmental gaze. Whether it be the gaze of a medic who defines the body as healthy or diseased, or the connoisseur who defines it as beautiful or ugly, the female body is caught

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