Category Archives: woman-born

A Mere Full of Rime: a search for photography’s essence

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January 15 – February 13, 2015 In a Mere Full of Rime: a search for photography’s essence is sponsored by Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences and the Institute of Cultural Inquiry in collaboration with┬áThin End of the Wedge (The … Continue reading

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Still Lost

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The Subliminal Sublime by Lise Patt

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An essay written by Lise Patt about the paintings of Sande Sisneros. Penned in 1997, amended in 2012. It is impossible to find a coherent story in these paintings. They are not narratives but a type of poetry before words; … Continue reading

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Field Work – Transitional Memorial at Chimayo

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Imagine my surprise when I reached inside this bouquet of flowers at the Shrine of Chimayo in New Mexico only to find hard, ceramic calla lilies. The thin sheet of cellophane wrapped around the flowers converts any artistic intentions to … Continue reading

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Field Work – the dirt of Chimayo

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