Sunday, May 25, 2014

Kansas City Artsy Judith G. Levy Clips



This is the appropriate place to attempt to bring just a bit of culture to the d-bags who really read this blog.

To wit . . .

Check the latest from the QUEEN OF THE KANSAS CITY ARTS SCENE JUDITH LEVY!!!

Ms. levy describes herself as a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is about history, culture and identity. Her resume and list of artistic accomplishments is extensive and reveals that she has received Andy Warhol Foundation and Lilly Foundation grants and was awarded Kansas City Pitch's Artopia Award.

Remember that not so long ago our blog community raved and raged over her upcoming feature NV in KC.

Here's the latest from Ms. Levy which seems apropos for today . . .

On The Seventh Day

Check it . . .



Artist's Statement:

"In "On The Seventh Day" a woman puts aside her daily make-up routine to reveal a surprising truth about herself and examines gender normatively in the context of the sabbath."

The clip is quirky, cool, understated and unique like most of the work from this matriarch of the Kansas City arts scene. Check out the Judith G. Levy video collection online for more content from this local arts denizen.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

-matriarch of the Kansas City arts scene-

Never heard of this lady. Is she the new Peregrine?

Anonymous said...

I think matriarch is mexican for old jew with money who couldnt cut it in nyc

Anonymous said...

Never heard of her either. There are billions of people now days on the internet and social media claiming to be this and that. Which always without fail turns out to be a major disappointment 99.9% of the time when you check out their "work".

Anonymous said...

ART ART ART ART ART!!! Now in trucks! Food trucks! Art trucks!

Anonymous said...

Sort of like TKC wouldn't you agree 8:44

Anonymous said...

Elvis sidburns rock. TKC crowd is too crass for art instruction.

Anonymous said...

OK, I watched the short video and based on what I read beforehand,

"In "On The Seventh Day" a woman puts aside her daily make-up routine to reveal a surprising truth about herself and examines gender normatively in the context of the sabbath."

what I was expecting was a woman who spontaneously decides one morning to go sans makeup and discovers how people react to her. What I saw instead was a rather banal video of a woman applying makeup, grooming her eyebrows, contemplating the passage of time as shown in her face.

Quirky? The word quirky rather implies an interesting observation, and I can't really say that I found this interesting. Perhaps this one is for lesbian audiences?

Anonymous said...

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