Sylvia Plath on her first day at Mademoiselle, 1953 - the experience that inspired the Bell Jar
I say fever - Ramona Falls
‘Cause she fears that no man will ever desire her so bad.
How dare I feel this and do naught but sit on my hands.
"As a black artist, the expectation of what you should be doing is always programmed for you regardless. There is a tendency to try to cubbyhole you that exists across the board in the art world… I’ve always done exactly what I wanted to do, regardless of what was out there. I just stuck to that principle and I’m a much happier person as a result. And I can’t imagine trying to satisfy any particular audience”
gelatin silver print, vinyl lettering