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- "You see the steps between you and the peak and your back is up against all the ways things are the same and people will never change. You feel the force of those relationships propelling you forward — the ones where you set the expectations because shouldn’t they be the ones that pull through for you? But then they don’t. And you’re left wondering if it’s them or you. If it’s this moment or if it’s forever. And if it’s forever how are you supposed to get through it?"

I didn't chose the vulnerable life, the vulnerable life chose me

 - “Besides wanting to transgress the usual premise for an exhibition about feminist issues–that it contains only the work of women–we’re not interested in reinforcing a separate category of ‘women’s art,’ nor do we insist on women’s concerts being inherently different from those of men, no matter how fed up with some of the latter we might be.”

Is 2016 the new 1994? Feminism in the Art World

- Entering a networking event, you can feel the eyes of every attendee fix on you for a few brief seconds, like a pack of hungry wolves. They come up and shake your hand with a poisonously false enthusiasm, and as soon as they work through a quick calculation and conclude that you’re not “important” their eyes start flickering around the room, looking for their next meal.

Networking sucks. Because people don’t give a shit.