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Current art historian. Former Effective Communicator. Recent 'asset to the UNCG School of Art' (E. Perrill, 2019).

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Joined Twitter 9/11/11


Ok which one of you asked for #10daysofSECACI really should write a short piece on this entire project. Adding it to the list...I’ve tweeted this before but: A folder that had this wonder collapsed inside. I actually gasped at the dozens of ti… https://t.co/vdVSGsikgh @gregorg Liking but also not liking @mjmimages Hope you’re at least playing as Blanka https://t.co/XcItwhsuM6
8/11
2020
@KevinLFerguson I can’t find a good photo of it but know that I’m replying with Kaari Upson, MMDP (2014-present)Do historians on average leave larger archives than other academics? Or do they learn from experience and burn their letters?
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @AtrophicP The journal is discussing this in earnest, @atrophicP!--and not just about this forum. The guest editors… https://t.co/IsFuASaT01
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @JSRouthier Super! Thanks for responsibly navigating this. Looking forward to seeing what the journal looks in the… https://t.co/Y1lPOq046e
8/10
2020
@AHAAamericanart Glad to hear it! Looking forward to the whole forum @MarySavvy Someday...‘How might unexamined assumptions at the heart of our work in the academy and museum inadvertently perpetuate biase… https://t.co/RBrkWtuI7FOne month later, this forum title still feels... problematic? Against purpose? Reinforcing the fact that how we car… https://t.co/S5C3VDgbNUThis note from @edrabinski resonates with me deeply. https://t.co/XnaLG1K9aN
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @matthewharrison Good Sunday morning tweeting here @S_Insley_H Wow WOW
8/9
2020
@cedarshims https://t.co/7t35Cep4eS @cedarshims Adding to the entropy? Adding entropy? Stop kicking dirt! @cedarshims Stop adding to the entropy! @veilleuxwho (yet) feels both ominous and not ominous enough @veilleuxwho Does this count as content for the alt or...?So, before his assassination sparked WWI, Archduke Franz Ferdinand posed like a mummy during a trip to Cairo. Extre… https://t.co/aJ8FzAkOcn
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @Powhida (I’m not rooting for this! And I hope that I’m wrong! But parroting the same dumb language of some promoti… https://t.co/YAwM2oROBg @Powhida I’ve now heard anecdotes of two studio associate professors in different state uni art schools who CONFIDE… https://t.co/TzDNkLT1LJ @matthewharrison I’m sorry about the rage dreams you had about this @julietsperling I can’t believe you didn’t reenact the Gorgoni photos of Smithson and Serra! Go back! https://t.co/AQW0Y1SXsr
8/8
2020
Compare it, say, with another of my favorites, Sharon Hayes' work for Monument Lab, the 2017 installation "If They… https://t.co/HNkKomQUzh
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaMeredith Bergmann's Boston Women's Memorial (which I finally got to see this winter before quarantine!) is one of m… https://t.co/2jSvNDiIXm
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @TheTattooedProf [jlo_meryl_oscars_pointing.gif] @shannonmattern Ughhhh (I’ve given up on any prospects for myself but will keep my fingers crossed things continue… https://t.co/oGAVOd5uOU @shannonmattern I feel this is becoming my new comment to everyone/everything this year but it continues to be rele… https://t.co/z6AZsyIgnu
8/7
2020
Imagine employment. Just... imagine.After tweeting those again I remembered that it would be cool, and really hear me out here, to have a full-time job of any kind. @mlobelart @ArchivesAmerArt Surprising no one, I’ve done everything wrong...And while I'm at it, I guess I'll also include this piece in Art Journal, also from earlier this year https://t.co/eDZamnWPjLEven though self-promotion is the worst, retweeting this piece in @ArchivesAmerArt Journal from earlier this year f… https://t.co/pYRjP7f5Pq @mjmimages As I kept reading I was moderately concerned I would encounter the word ‘mime’ before I got to the end.Frank Bowling, Suncrush, 1976 @mfaboston. https://t.co/EijiEMFlrl
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @Exhaust_Fumes Fuck. To all of this: fuck.
8/6
2020
@julietsperling You better be nowhere near that interview hall ever again! And yes. @julietsperling Counterargument: this is A LOT of hat https://t.co/0vfrypahn7
8/5
2020
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Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaToday's "I totally forgot I had this" find: Maciunas's Birth of Fluxus https://t.co/sDqQzbC9yR
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma‘We’re in a deeply stupid time’ - @Sirsargent https://t.co/qdP9wkxt4W @mikers86 Bullet point number four is... telling. https://t.co/AUoqjdnK9ORight because that’s... not a fellowship. https://t.co/TqUTKlxWgVThat’s... not a fellowship. https://t.co/vN802negIeThat’s... not a fellowship. https://t.co/wq5mNUp8or @cedarshims @InTermsOf__ Future so bright (as the sun explodes) @InTermsOf__ At the end of the world, there will be cockroaches, Cher, and the CAA interview hallToo much for the #CAA2021 interview hall? Not enough for the #CAA2021 interview hall? https://t.co/6EtJkJWQdO
8/4
2020
Several New England towns are reconsidering whether and how to display statues of Hannah Duston. She was captured i… https://t.co/1KuHttIsVs
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaWish I could write as voluminously as I research
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaI created a student survey on SurveyMonkey for my fall course planning. Sharing in case it's of use to anyone else!… https://t.co/jT3bkvkAvu
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaHow come exhibitions are allowed to be terrible but *I* have to come up with coherent and incisive sentences about them
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @StreetsDept I keep getting stuck in a loop of Philly cat guys. Taking this as proof that the algorithm hates me.
8/3
2020
You might ask, 'But @AtrophicP, what the heck are you doing reading about an early 1960s southwestern Florida mosqu… https://t.co/JNpdX3LF3CSource: Eric Jarvis, "A Plague in Paradise: Public Health and Public Relations During the 1962 Encephalitis Epidemi… https://t.co/F0OuKJbN5tIn 1962, elderly residents of St. Petersburg, Florida wouldn't stop feeding birds even though dozens of them were c… https://t.co/9Wm64PFLLBJust a review copy, but flipping a cover to find another book bound inside is unlike any other feeling https://t.co/vSetlg6YAC
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @drewmckevitt Could this my new ‘next project’ (since none of the big places wanted to fund my old ‘next project’)?… https://t.co/Pbq6zsV8XL @drewmckevitt To the plague archives! @drewmckevitt Although I guess there’s a history of um creative analysis of the written word world in that scholarship @drewmckevitt Excited for/troubled by the peer reviews of the gun book @drewmckevitt ‘Pictured on our vintage photo mask, a family in Dublin, California took this entirely to heart and a… https://t.co/TZU3MHGjM0I’ve truly lost the ability to discern what’s bleak from what’s whimsical (I think this is just bleak...) https://t.co/7C21m78XuZ
8/1
2020
While artist Jean Dubuffet, born #OnThisDay, is known for a large & diverse body of work, I can't help but think of… https://t.co/nFStVqRKIW
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @pmckelveyphd Artificial Hells indeedAs restaurants and cities scramble to figure out how they can create space for folks to be able to eat outdoors, I… https://t.co/X8X5X3YwVc
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaThe Secret Olive Garden Mary Lennox, a sickly girl from the city, moves in to her wealthy uncle’s suburban McMansi… https://t.co/ezEwfhxfdQ
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7/31
2020
If I wasn’t so attached to that Nivola demon horse, I’d replace my twitter avi with one of these @drewmckevitt The fact that it’s a completely non-arbitrary round number really helps to make that 2% an easy calculationThe 1980s were hard on everyone. https://t.co/3iEw12WX3a @matthewdlincoln This was not a criticism! It is a 2020 metaphor for US ALL! @matthewdlincoln The sympathetic rage at this https://t.co/sQAbLVdU1MToday we publish our final essay in this first series of Tuesday Texts. Chicago-based art historian and curator… https://t.co/nu1HFTWjKp
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7/30
2020
@Swagato Oh NONE of this is surprisingTo be clear: this is nothing against those grads! Good for them! Everyone should get a job offer! This is about the… https://t.co/sD6YxEAyTrAs nightmarish as this situation is on its face, all I’m taking away is that hiring committees seem to be extending… https://t.co/0uDyz12Xrg[context still redacted but] yes, excellent performing of allyship by *rereads Facebook post* centering yourself[context redacted but] yes, a tenured midwestern white woman, the true victim of ‘racialized injustice’ @S_Insley_H @pmckelveyphd Check the back! @pmckelveyphd The evolving signature is going to be a MESS for whoever eventually puts together the catalogue raiso… https://t.co/WOy3tGhbV9 @matthewharrison @Exhaust_Fumes Hey @drewmckevitt here’s a new contender for the book title @matthewharrison @Exhaust_Fumes Working on fitting this into the MM model and... nothing. @matthewharrison @Exhaust_Fumes There’s an essay here somewhere @Exhaust_Fumes Hmmmm Adding to the rewatch list I guess @Exhaust_Fumes I am convinced this movie is exactly this one scene long. I have no memory of anything else that tak… https://t.co/MHnvk72qUYYour turn! https://t.co/f9YOwRWuwg
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @jaxwendy Always appreciate your service on these matters @jaxwendy It’s so crazy. IT’S SO CRAZY.As statues come down what values need to be established & abolished to rectify a history of monumental neglect & ho… https://t.co/mKq6wfx63i
Retweeted by Atrophic ParenchymaPerson. Man. Woman. Chabas. Dolly. https://t.co/sS8A1wk2PI
7/29
2020
Tuesday mood (similar to Monday mood and definitely still a forever mood) courtesy again of Louise Nevelson [in 'Li… https://t.co/iNasagAb3t
Retweeted by Atrophic Parenchyma @julietsperling Only 149 shopping days until Christmas!Also v excited to receive this as a Christmas gift from my sister and her short husband!Maybe not all museums should reopen https://t.co/5Qwc5EBdfU
7/28
2020
@pmckelveyphd !!! On it! https://t.co/8OcSl0yG2H @pmckelveyphd All the pedagogy awards @pmckelveyphd Which week are you teaching Life is Not a Fairytale?
7/27
2020

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