Visual Arts

Lisa Albinger: A Conversation with the Artist

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This show is about the power of choice. Many humans forget they have a choice in every single thought and act they play out. Some women birth children in hopes of masking their own insecurities and to feel loved. Many use their male partners until they've wasted away like carcasses in a desert. Then the mothers play the victim, "woe is me," crucifying themselves on a cross in order to get attention. It's a game. Remember, you CHOSE to reproduce. Women who are strong and love themselves don't play these games. The world needs less game players. Thus is the story of The Emancipation of Men. (Haha, as "All That She Wants" by Ace of Base comes on the radio . . .)

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