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Review of Penny Slinger's 50% The Visible Woman, The Brooklyn Rail (April 2019)

Penny Slinger was studying at Chelsea College of Art when she discovered Max Ernst's collage books. While she was inspired by his techniques of visual narrative and exciting juxtapositions, she was also struck by his poor representations of women, shared by most of the male-dominated Surrealist milieu.

Review of Penny Slinger's 50% The Visible Woman, The Brooklyn Rail (April 2019)

"Collaging Together Scraps of Trauma: Karen Green’s Frail Sister," Los Angeles Review of Books

Karen Green’s Frail Sister documents the life of 1940s woman Constance Gale, a fictional character modeled on Green’s own aunt who went missing. Her story is told visually, with fragments pieced together from her life’s detritus.

"Collaging Together Scraps of Trauma: Karen Green’s Frail Sister," Los Angeles Review of Books