Tag: City Arts Magazine


June 9, 2012

Amanda Manitach asked me for a “piece of art you’ve made that has never been shown and probably never will. Something sitting in a corner of your studio that you love (or hate) but doesn’t quite sit with anything else. Something experimental, something that launched a thousand ships. Something that failed. The magical unicorn of […]

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City Arts magazine back page

June 1, 2012

Breathing Life into the Bubble May 25, 2012 | by┬áSUSAN ROBB I was six, it was the 1970s, and I lived in southeastern Connecticut. My world consisted of riding bikes, climbing things, swimming in the summer, skating in the winter and dancing to AM radio. I was bored. I began creating unusual situations to amuse […]

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