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artist + writer + educator + neophyte scholar + perpetual home renovator
artist + writer + educator + neophyte scholar + perpetual home renovator

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Response to  (practice writing an abstract): Park, J., Ayduk, Ö, & Kross, E. (2016). Stepping back to move forward: Expressive writing promotes self-distancing. Emotion, 16(3), 349-364. doi:10.1037/emo0000121 Stepping Back to Move Forward: Expressive…
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When I consider the very definitions of creativity, direct experience with my peers, mentors and students, and historical study of artists, I chaff against the notion that visual artists don’t to some degree struggle with a disposition leaning toward LOW…
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Cantankerous: The trait of Agreeableness amongst visual artists Psychometric and historiometric studies on personality have predicted a link between low Agreeableness and significant creative achievement, when creativity is considered a bend or breach of…
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My art practice is rather filthy, nasty in fact. If my hair is not matted with sweat, grim smearing the flesh of my frame, it has not been a good day. My practice plunges every inch of my body into my materials. And the current choice of materials has a…
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Often outside research provides the artist with relief from the self-cannibalization of the autobiographical processes of artmaking, or at least in the case of my practice. And so I set to the task to cull from without, specifically I looked to Freud’s…
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ROUGH + NEEDS CITATIONS ADDED. [or in playground talk: whose my daddy (theoretical basis foreFATHER) + my daddy can your daddy’s ass] INTRODUCTION low agreeableness of artists? Psychometric and historiometric studies on personality have predicted a link…
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There is a trend that visual artists—benders of conventions archived in contemporary art historical and critical texts—have robust expressive and critical writing practices. Why are these makers of things, twisters of conventions, also compelled to write?…
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SHORT STATEMENT No mortal can keep a secret. If her lips are silent, she chatters with her finger-tips; betrayal oozes out of her at every pore.  –Freud, 1917 Often outside research provides relief from the self-cannibalization of the autobiographical…
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Why are you conducting this interview? So that I can find out what is been declassified. Why is that necessary? It is a way to keep alert, a kind of sanitation. Why are you conducting this interview? So that I can protect myself. From what? From people’s…
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