Sue Chenoweth Quiz Answers Revealed
Sue Chenoweth, "Ziggurat and Chipmunk," 2009, Gouache, acrylic, graphite, Letraset on paper, 30x44 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
Earlier this month we presented a fun quiz in conjuntion with the review of Sue Chenoweth's Spyhopping show at Scottsdale Museum of Contempory Art. Below are the correct answers to the quiz. If you participated, please email us directly and we'll get you the details about how to claim your mini-prize: firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Spyhopping is...
C. When whales jump out of the water to get a bird's eye view of what's happening below.
2. What magazine that Chenoweth read as a kid almost inspired her to do a completely different take on Spyhopping?
The original Game of Goose has several special squares including The Bridge, The Inn and The Well. In Chenoweth's version, how are these depicted?
B. The Bridge is foreplay, The Inn is a vagina and The Well is ejaculation.
4. Where did the taxidermy animals featured in Spyhopping come from?
C. Mac's Taxidermy Animals online -- for all of your taxidermy decor needs.
5. What does Chenoweth say is her main reason for not painting realistically?
C. "It takes a lot of time and it's very boring to me."
SUE, PART DEUX: MADDER LIBS.
"I'm still interested in BEARS. Not so much the black BEARS, though they're more dangerous really. I was SLEEPING when a BEAR clawed up my tent. I never woke up. I slept through it. Isn't that AMAZING?
My parents were building a CABIN up at HOLLY LAKE. Year after year we would go up there. It got to the point where I hated it as a teenager. My SISTERS and I were in a tent and we'd seen these BEARS earlier. We woke up the next morning with rips all in the tent.
There was mud and MARKS all over the outside of the tent. It's amazing I didn't get KILLED. I had no feelings about it. I have no fear. My parents were freaked out. They patched up the tent and drew in marker where all of the BEAR PAWS were."
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