Untitled, by Lindsey Thäden
Sometimes visual artists represent difficult concepts in literal ways. Here, the painter represents mixed-racial parentage by painting Aboriginal extremities on a woman depicted as having a white face. The painting is from a series by Arthur Boyd titled Brides, which explores contemporary issues in marriage.
Two worlds: mixed.
Lindsey Thäden is the most recent winner of New York's 2016 #PoetweetNYC contest. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Philadelphia-based Apeiron Review, eleven40seven, New York Metro, Passages North and Vending Machine Press, which is e-published from Sydney, Australia.
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