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Cut and Paste


In my collages, I mine popular visual culture to explore experiences of mood and an altered sense of reality. These collages reflect, through juxtaposition, an experiencing of a reality different from those experiencing consensus-reality, yet simultaneously they remain relatable in a way that forms a new sensibility. Given their small-scale, they function much like snapshots and spontaneous occurrences.


J.T. Eisenhauer Richardson


J.T. Eisenhauer Richardson is an associate professor of art education at The Ohio State University and an affiliated faculty member in the Disability Studies Program. J.T. has published in journals including Studies in Art Education, Disability Studies Quarterly, Visual Arts Research, International Review of Qualitative Research, Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, and Art Education. J.T.’s 2013 essay published in South Loop Review was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.