Not reflecting on gendered art history or ageist social mores, the unabashedly solipsistic images are visual speculations in which the artist fancies time's passage as yet another accessory.
What does YA stand for?
YA stands for Yet Another
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Not Invented Here syndrome claims yet another victim.
The sophisticated design echoed the courtyard-house schemes of Mies and was successfully presented as his senior-thesis project in yet another confusion of roles.
But "Pop Art" and other writings of these years suggest that we might as easily speak of Greenberg's feet--the feet that for decades would trudge up and down Manhattan's unforgiving streets and stairwells to see yet another artwork or exhibition.
They transported one back, for example, in yet another way to the early '80s, an era when commingling strains of Rousseauvian naturalism, Romantic expressionism, and advanced Beuysianism - evident in work by artists as different from one another as Anselm Kiefer and Richard Long - were reformulating pastoral, and in some cases national, mythologies for the skeptical, late-twentieth-century mind's eye.
We might wish to stop here, but there is yet another contributor to the Bourgeois mythography proposed by the Brooklyn Museum.