CAPITALISM

Denise Duhamel

CAPITALISM forms part of Guggenheim fellow Denise Duhamel’s inaugural collection for theVERSEverse, interpreted by artist Nathaniel Stern.

Stern is an awkward artist, writer, and teacher who likes awkward art, writing, and students. He is a Fulbright, NSF, and NEA grant recipient, a Professor of Art, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and an Associate Researcher at the University of Johannesburg. His art ranges from ecological, participatory, and online interventions, interactive, immersive, and mixed reality environments, to prints, sculptures, videos, performances, and hybrid forms. His current research projects include eco sculptures, prints, and installations, machine learning and Blockchain performance, new forms of sodium-ion batteries, and neurodiverse community building for the work force (among other things). He is a dad of 5, and probably talks too much.

Available to collect on Versum.

CAPITALISM

–after William Carlos Williams

so much depends

upon

a woman’s

self-hatred

glazed

Krispe Kremes

beside the white

Victoria’s Secret Angel wings.