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Field Work – the wall outside Graceland

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Members of LAL (Lise Patt, Antoinette LaFarge, Lorie Erikson) photographed in front of The Museum of Jurassic Technology by the museum’s founder David Wilson. The year was 1991 and the collaborators of LAL were getting ready to disperse to various … Continue reading

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About the Bestiary


  The medieval bestiary was a compendium of beasts – each described and accompanied by an illustration and in some cases, a moral lesson. In those times, a beast was almost anything NOT human so it was not unusual to … Continue reading

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