Posts tagged Jill Lavetsky
Cell Phone Towers, Swamps and Woolly Mammoths: A Conversation with Jill Lavetsky

It’s tempting to write that visual artist Jill Lavetsky sleeps in a partially buried room in the ground—that the roof of her bedroom is carpeted with vines and lilies in bloom, that this oddly rustic suburban situation somehow summarizes her life as an unconventional artist. One might even write that her sinkhole of a bedroom serves as a metaphor for her moody graphite drawings; but, that would miss the mark.

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