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Art 101

Window Dialogue

by the Coconut Girl on January 28, 2011

The latest installment of seeing my life through the eyes of my college art history professor. Please read in a pseudo-English accent.  For others in the series, click here. The artist group “Duo” debuted its latest work, “Window Dialogue” last week.  A grid of catty-wumpus blue Post-it notes surrounds a found-object glass prism on a [...]

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Loo 2000

by the Coconut Girl on June 30, 2010

The latest installment of seeing my life through the eyes of my college art history professor. Please read in a pseudo-English accent.  And be sure to over-do the italicized foreign terms. For others in the series, click here. “Digging deep, the younger member of the artist group, “Duo,” (American, b. 2006), returns to his perennial [...]

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Portrait of the Artist’s Mother

by the Coconut Girl on May 11, 2010

The third installment of seeing my life through the eyes of my over-the-top college art history professor. (For the others in the series, click here.) Please read with a pseudo-English accent. “In this fresh work from the younger member of the artist group “Duo,” (American, b. 2006) nothing is…well, fresh. Seizing the verboten Nikon from [...]

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No-Flow

by the Coconut Girl on January 17, 2010

The second installment of seing my life through the eyes of my over-the-top college art history professor. (For the first in the series, click here.) Please read with a pseudo-English accent. “The younger member of the artistic duo, ‘Duo’ (American, b. 2006) continues his work in kinetic media with an ongoing, semi-weekly installation. The piece [...]

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Composition with lines and dots

by the Coconut Girl on November 13, 2009

On some days–especially cold rainy ones like we’ve had all week–I have to work a little harder to find a laugh. My latest trick is pretending I’m an art critic narrating the repetitive activities of my day.  Last night, for example, I assumed the identity of my puffed-up college art history professor. He pronounced “Van [...]

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