And it has been
of a year.
I have worn
under my sleeves,
on my thighs,
running down my cheeks.
This is what
looks like, my dear.
O Canada (1970), Joyce Wieland
To make this print, Wieland put on greasy lipstick and pressed her lips onto a clean lithography stone, forming the syllables of the Canadian national anthem. The piece plays with ideas of feminism and nationalism. The “O” in the title is repeated in the shape of the lips, suggesting both fervent patriotism and a kind of eroticism.
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We have forgotten what rocks, plants, and animals still know. We have forgotten how to be
I love to make beautiful things and to translate art into garments by experimenting with textures and colors.
I find beauty in the unfinished and the random…I want to see things differently to search for beauty. I want to find something nobody has ever found…it is meaningless to create something predictable.