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Featured Artist Tyler Goldman
Today will be my last day of ‘school.’
Its been real. Thanks for the knowledge, folks.
but here are some highlights from the SCAD Fashion Show.
Because like my compatriots, it’s nice to enjoy taking photos for the sake of taking photos.
I tend to embarrass myself more with this format than not, but are those not what blogs are for?
Anyway, an update: The show is hung and open at La Galerie Bleue!
And a very many thank yous to David Welch, Reid Elem and Krishna Chavda for helping me install. I would probably still be there without your brute strength and straightening skills.
So, I am very much trying to keep perspective on my stress levels during this time of…completion. Yes, I haven’t really slept for no other reason than nerves. Maybe due to the fact that I’m hanging my show tomorrow, alone, and I’m realizing my frames are wider than my wing-span. This may be compounded by my lack of motor skills.
I am also refusing to fret over the fact that I have rewritten page 11 of my thesis 3 times because I just think Martha Rosler does it better, and I still cannot bring myself to like Michael Wolf.
And of course I’m not worried about what I’m going to do with 15 giant framed photographs with a lease about to run out, no job lined up or destination. No…that will work itself out.
I will have an MFA. And an application in at the car wash.
But, until I get that rejection letter, I will leave you with a photo. Because, don’t I always? And if we’re going to be talking about photography, and perspective, and completion, why not throw in a little hero worship. I have nothing to complain about.
Lee Miller in Hitler’s Bath. 1945