But aside from commodity and computer screens, paintings—or paintings like mine, I guess—arise at the moment when bodies are full of apprehension. Paintings are also weird-looking things, things that are trying to speak or are touched.
Just found out that two of my works Poppycocks and The Sweet Spot will be included in the 4th publication of 3rd Language, entitled Never Satisfied.
"In our 4th publication, we will explore the act or idea of craving and its origins, through queerness. In Never Satisfied we ask: What do we crave? Where is this craving born and what is it born of? Which cravings are queer(ed) and how are they actualized?”
image: “The Sweet Spot,” 2013, annashowerscruser.com