Visit me at 146-1000 Parker St. for the Eastside Culture Crawl, Nov. 16-19, 2017

1963 Mustang Concept Car, Acrylic on found plywood, 48’x48″

“The car industry has produced an object of great beauty, and, as critic Elain Scarry has argued, “Beauty restores your trust in the world.” Designers carft cars to please the eye, seeing their work as aritstry and themselves as artist. That shiny, sleek piece of art in our driveway beguiles but could not betray us. Really, how could something that beautiful be deadly”

From Carjacked: the culture of the automobile and its effect on our lives by Catherine Lutz and Lutz Fernadez

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