Hey guys, meet Lindsey Karasawa! She’s a 2nd year at CSULB and she is majoring in nutrition.
So this week I was able to meet Lindsey, a second year at CSULB. We were looking at Trish Rangel’s art gallery and we had a lot to say about it. We first saw this chain of metals linked together and we were wondering what it was about. I thought it was supposed to be a chain that you would put on a horse, but I’m not too sure about that.
Anyway, moving on. We then looked at this work named, “Component,” by Trish Rangel and we thought it was pretty interesting. Lindsey pointed out that she thought it represented a map and I thought it represented something like a design on a computer chip. We discussed for a bit about the parts of it and I slowly started seeing the resemblance of a map. Then we also saw this artwork of a block of dirty on top of a plank sticking out of a wall. We didn’t understand it at first but I thought it was something about a piece of home (since the artist’s works were about being home and all). Lastly, we looked at this mound of dirt named, “Revival.” We thought it represented something about home and how it’s such a big piece of dirt. What we came to conclusion is that the mound is kind of bringing up a memory of home or to “revive” the memory. So that’s pretty awesome. Overall we thought Trish Rangel is a really cool artist and that her artwork is very sentimental and that’s a really cool aspect to include into art.
I learned a few things about Lindsey that day, including that she’s a 2nd year at CSULB majoring in nutrition. She’s very cool and down-to-earth, so it was a pleasure to meet her. Check out her website at lindseykarasawa.wordpress.com!