Mar

24

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space – Week 6

Week 6 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Peter’s View MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | March 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Mar

18

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space – Week 5

Week 5 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Journey Into The Universe MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | March 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Feb

28

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space – Week 4

Week 4 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | February 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Feb

17

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space – Week 3

Week 3 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Double Doors MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | February 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Feb

10

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space – Week 2

Week 2 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Sunrise MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | February 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Feb

03

Stills: Studies of the MFA Studio Space by Lisa McCarty

Week 1 of an ongoing series of photographs brought to you by Lisa McCarty (MFAEDA ’13) and her arsenal of Polaroid cameras. Floodlights MFAEDA Carpentry Shop | February 2012 Impossible Instant Film

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Dec

14

Philip Brubaker: “Existential Crisis”

A sunken feeling seemed to emanate out of my prostrate body and circle the whole bedroom, swooping up the venetian blinds and waltzing into the spider web-claimed corners of the ceiling.  My mind was painfully erect, as if it had been mickeyed with an industrial over-strength of Viagra.  I couldn’t stop thinking and I was […]

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