Thursday, October 14, 2010

Post 12: To conclude or not to conclude: That is the question

Why hello there, my fellow blog reader!

Wow. It has been almost three months now since I have been on here actively participating and writing. I do not know what happened and I am not going to make any excuses as to why I have not been on here because it all reality, there isn’t one.

Advanced Writing: Arts and Letters Summer 2010 with Brandy Hoffmann came to a close and I miss her, I miss the class, and I miss writing. Before the class ended, I was required to write a final conclusion about this blog, about researching Witkin, etc, but I never did. I was not sure if I wanted this writing space to become a dead blog or not and I still do not know.

I do not know if I should continue this blog about Witkin—I still feel like there are missing pieces to the puzzle—pieces that I still need to find. Maybe there are no pieces left. Maybe he gave me all the pieces he is willing to give, and I just need to finish it on my own and in my own time.

He has not returned my email yet. It has been almost four months, and I am tired of waiting around. I have given up hope, but that is okay. Who knows, maybe a year from now he will check his email, find one written to him way back when, and answer back, or maybe he deleted it without second thought. I guess I am stuck.

While I was taking the writing course, I was also taking Photo III: Advanced Portfolio with Gloria Brush, and my portfolio of images related to the Cyanotype project—dark, disturbing, and it makes you think.

Since I do not know where this blog will go yet, I will post the images of my work on here from Photo III—images that I am proud of. I will even include an artist statement.


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