You’re looking at f***ing determination and truth and creativity. You’re looking at loss and sorrow and the effort for a deeper perspective. You’re looking at satisfaction and happiness. You’re looking at a manifestation of a connection so deep and rooted that it’s more real than I am. You’re looking at my face.*
FACE: One Square Foot of Skin by Justine Bateman
Mrs. Chung-Wipff what are you?
Mrs. Chung-Wipff I’m sorry this is
Mrs. Chung-Wipff how do you pronounce
Mrs. Chung-Wipff your order has been
Mrs. Chung-Wipff your father has
Mrs. Chung-Wipff you need to
Mrs. Chung-Wipff you must
Mrs. Chung-Wipff you have a beautiful
Mrs. Chung-Wipff what did you make for
Mrs. Chung-Wipff do you speak another
Mrs. Chung-Wipff according to our records
Mrs. Chung-Wipff the district is asking
Caroline that’s not
Caroline would you please
Caroline I didn’t mean to
Caroline I’m sorry you feel
Caroline where is the
Caroline do we have
Caroline have you seen
Caroline stop saying
Caroline you’re so lucky you
Caroline where do you keep
Caroline why is your name
Caroline did you receive
Caroline where are you from
Caroline why did you
Caroline when will you
*Inspired by Destiny O. Birdsong’s poem “Bandwidth” which was inspired by a poem dedicated to Wanda Coleman (Wanda Why Aren’t you Dead”)
Using three basic colors, make blobs and then create characters.
Draw the face of an animal you love (dog). Draw a memorable outfit from a movie (Baywatch). Costume from your part of the world (South Korea – hanbok). the legs of an animal you love (frog).
Very fun exercise! I’ve never done this before and it opened up something very creative in me.