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“So yes, he is a professional con artist.”She checked online for her new boyfriend Devon Glaze.
But there was no apparent digital footprint of him.
Having herself used the app overseas, while on an artist’s residency in Europe, she found it was a novel way to meet interesting people.
Since then, her project has evolved into something that’s challenged Indian relationship ideals in powerful ways.
Speed-dating singles were supposed to use short drawing exercises as their ice breakers at El Segundo Museum of Art. Speakers in the gallery rock low strains of a romantic playlist including “True” by the 1980s new wave band Spandau Ballet, and fragrant perfume drifts through the air. as the awkward truth of the situation dawns on the women.
Eight women mill about the museum lobby, carefully dressed and nervously snacking on a cheese and veggie platter laid out beside bottles of Champagne and wine.
Color sugar-lift aquatint, printed chine colle, image 14 x 11 in. Museum docents will introduce different expressions of love in the permanent collection. Programming and general admission to the permanent collection galleries are free of charge today.
‘Drawing someone’s face creates an intimacy that’s not there when you’re swiping left and right, or scrolling through your options.
The dating app’s shopping-meets-hook-up-experience premise is a strong departure from the traditional Indian mindset toward finding a partner — a pursuit that is only ever meant to end in marriage, and which does not typically encourage women to play an active role in making decisions. many of which would be considered scandalous by typical Indian standards.
So when I stumbled upon #100Indian Tinder Tales on Facebook — a project by Indian artist and illustrator Indu Harikumar that documents the stories and experiences of Tinder users in India and Indians using Tinder abroad — one of the first things that stood out to me was that most stories featured clearly articulated likes and dislikes, sexual preferences, fantasies, and experiences . Indu embarked on this project to find inspiring new content for her daily art practice.
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Rather than just ignoring them or screenshotting each one to send to a group chat with her friends, Emmie Tsumura has been illustrating all the awkward, creepy, and uninspired pickup lines she receives through online dating.