Viviane Le Courtois

Danielle Tomasetti

vivianelecourtois

3 Responses

  1. I am completely jealous of the fact that when you went she was there and you got to see how she as a person connects witht the type of artwork she does and also interact with her as well.Thats awesome. I also likeed the jars full of different objects on the shelves it was neat.

  2. Wow, it was like, the coolest thing ever dude. I suggest proofreading your paper in the future and really considering what you write; word usage is important. You were about as nondescript as possible.

    “One of the most unique portions of the museum was a hot cheeto sculpture. Which is one of the oddest things I have ever seen. It was a giant mass sculpture formed in an angular shape made out of only hot cheetos. It was a rather angular shape that was almost phallic-like.”
    Okay, so apparently it’s angular, phallic-like and made of Hot Cheetos. Did she say anything about it? Were they arranged in any sort of fashion, adhesive used, any of your own thoughts? Your few sentence paragraph doesn’t make this sound like a very unique/interesting portion of the show.
    This sounded like a great experience and I didn’t get to see the show, but this review of it really lacks. I wish you could have elaborated a bit more and please take out the chit-chat sentences. The essay reads like a one sided conversation of how your day was. I don’t want to be so harsh, but I feel someone should say it in hopes that you take the initiative to better your writing.

  3. This exhibit sounds amazing. I have never been to an exhibit where you can really interact with the artist and directly see her vision for what she has created. I think its interesting that she was so calm about her vision of the cups being thrown on the ground didn’t pan out to what she was expecting. I find it very professional and I wish I could have experienced it. I think the idea of overconsumption in her exhibit is fascinating and I will definitely look up this artists work after reading your experience.

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