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October 1, 2019

To the Friends of Giraffe:

I know. It's a year in advance. But mark your calendar for October 15, 2020. That's the opening of our solo show of digital paintings and sculpture at the Monterey Museum of Art. Called "Leaves of Glass", it will have some fun surprises for you!

Our cover image is titled "SquiggleBots".


"!Brazen Hussy" brings you three courageous artists. Elinor Carucci's intimate - very intimate! -self-portraits of being a woman in middle age; Mary Beth Edelson's angry feminism, complete with knives; and Maccarone Gallery's "The Other and Otherwise".


Our electronic quill article this month deals with "Gibberish Dot Uncom", beginning with "Booblica", and following up with Cardalicakes and shackles, facial recognition and Puff the Magic Dragon.


Our section called "Other Voices" includes eMusings, yNot, Site of the Month, !Brazen Hussy, and Just Desserts.


eMusings: The Tate questions two horses and two people; Cecil Kemperink elevates the humble circle in ceramics; Burning Man in full glory; Marshmallow Laser Feast uses aerial drone photography on the environment; Frankie Gardner's mysterious figures; Loie Hollowell's abstractions drenched in sensuality; Adam Riches' complex scribbles; Nancy Graves' camels and other scultural gems; Eddy Iunga Kamuanga uses ancient and contemporary writings in vividly colored paintings; David Smith's sounds of the 20th century in sculpture; "My Uterus" and other middle age wonders from Elinor Carucci (see her also on our !Brazen Hussy page); George Baselitz in review; a long look at William Blake; and seaweed as fabric in couture.


YNOT: Our Woman of the Month award for October goes to Tanyaradzwa Muuzinda, 15-year-old Motocross Champion.


Don't forget that our outstanding women are permanently archived on their own page.


Dr. Jennifer Gunther dispels myths about female bodies; for the first time, the U.S. Army names two sisters to be generals; Princeton University gets a photograph of women being denied degrees at Cambridge University; silence hides cases of sexual abuse in the U.K.; Jane Doe identifies herself in the Brock Turner sexual attack; increasing violence against women in South Africa; PTSD in young children separated from their parents at the U.S. border; a gay celebratory kiss in sports; sexual harrassment in the military; a case of transgender civil rights goes to the U.S. Supreme Court.


Giraffe's Site of the Month: two online gems not to miss: Tony Cragg's stunning sculptures; and the immensely rewarding presentations at the Tate.


New Digital Paintings: we solve last month's cover puzzle for you (there's a big reveal!), and 5 new digital identities to ponder.


New Blobs: NASA wakes up to what we've been proclaiming for years, along with four new blobs.


Digital Giraffe writes: "Mi Casa Es Su Casa", but it's not Casa Putin. We discuss tenancy in that big white house on Pennsylvania Avenue. Can our prime piece of real estate be reclaimed?


3D print news: H13 tool steel stabilized for 3D printing; "expandable lumbar fusion cages" in the works; custom-made 3D printed bespoke suits in Australia; high strength aluminum 3D printing powder; a one-step printer for large industrial production; a 3D printing kiosk at a mall in the Philippines; 3D printed redefined meat in Israel; improving elastomers with magnetism; the Glia open-source project drastically reduces prices for medical supplies in war-torn and blockaded areas; MIT brings us a reprogrammable ink; 3D printed snow-board bindings for a vet amputee.


Our poem "Tell Me the Names" will be published in "Best Poets of 2019". You read it here last month.

Democracy in action: the Chewing Gum Wall" in Seattle, 15' high and 50' long, uncensored and noncurated Art of the People; and a slumbering Congress finally wakes up.

With warm regards from your friend, the Giraffe

c. Corinne Whitaker 2019