Before we understand our hands are a part of our body, they seem to be independent creatures that interact with us somehow. Here the hand and the baby are still figuring each other out by interacting. The mother laughs, the baby comes out of what seems to be a state of creative concentration into awareness of something else, sees her mother watching her, looks a little startled, then laughs and turns her face away.
What just happened?
Why does it remind me so much of being snapped out of my groove when I’m writing?
Conference reflections on uniting aesthetics and analysis in arts-based research, and an animation… http://spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/2013/05/aesthetics-and-analysis-conference-wrap.html
Seasons & Sequential art, breathing life into static images transforms into kinetic… http://www.spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/2013/04/ch3-sequential-art-by-any-other-name.html
Image-text version of my talk “comics as a tool for inquiry”, outlining thoughts on education & dissertation… http://spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/2013/04/image-text-talk-comics-as-tool-for.html
For Easter and a Pause to Play: a comics pg of Fibonacci-reproducing fictional, mythical, literary rabbits… (ID Key in the link)
I’ve woken this morning to see that I have 100 followers on my Tumblr! That’s great! That’s a lot of people getting updates on my comics and writing and teaching. Thank you all for your support!
To commemorate this glorious day, I’ll be giving away a copy of my as-yet-unreleased comic, The…
A conversation on comics, education, and alt scholarship - 3/28 in NYC: Details + a past talk, gradhacker note, & Swedish rhizomes…
Unseen opening pgs from Chapter One on Flatness, One-Dimensionality & its Detroit origins… http://www.spinweaveandcut.blogspot.com/2013/02/flatness-ch1-and-detroit-exhibition.html