a.a.black

This is the writing (and radio) of Angela Black

 
 
 

Stanford University // Comparative Literature MAJOR / FOCUS: INTERSECTION OF ART, LITERATURE, AND PHILOSOPHY // bay area

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Say 'enjoy' as many times as you can, as fast as you can. Doesn't that sound weird? Now you're in joy.

Complete honesty has nothing to do with ‘purity’ or naivety. The full truth is unattainable to naivety, and the completely honest artist is not pure in heart.
— Clement Greenberg
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Publications

where I do what I do best

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Untitled                      

president

Untitled is Stanford's first ever undergraduate Art History and Film Studies journal. We publish the magazine once a year to highlight both prose, verse, and research papers predicated around art and film. As the president, I lead the board to refine and define the pieces for the publication. Because we are a small group of art, film, and writing lovers, we all work together to produce the final magazine, including working collaboratively on design, layout, and marketing as a team.

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the stanford daily        

 staff writer

The Stanford Daily's Arts and Life is filled with Arts and Literary Criticism. I contribute often to their cornucopia of literary commentary.

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the stanford arts review

CONTRIBUTOR

The Stanford Arts Review, or StAR, is a well-established arts criticism online publication on campus. I work with the visual arts editor to publish art criticism, including exhibit reviews, musings on singular pieces of art, and more.

 

Art should be like a good armchair, in which to rest from physical fatigue
— Henri Matisse
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