, , , ,

Former fashion model, now subversive artist, her installation at the Guggenheim is entitled, “Manic Monday.” In typical neo-pseudo-realism style, she leaves the viewer to ascribe monday to one side; manic to the other.* (33 words; 218 characters)

(c) Lorraine

For a wonderful new challenge/prompt try Manic Mondays, hosted by Sandi @ flip flips every day:

“Each Monday (hey, that’s today!), I’ll present a new song title, and you come up with a post using it.  Ping back to this post, so other’s can read! (if not wordpress user, provide link to your post in comments)  It can be fiction/non-fiction, poetry, subject can be dark, serious or humorous – however many characters you want- just have fun with it!  It doesn’t have to pertain to the song, whatsoever. The rules are…there are no Rules!  (except using the title of the song part)  Click here for song titles for other Manic Mondays.”

This week’s song title, none other than the quintessential 1980s song by the Bangles, Manic Monday.

And mlmm photo challenge #173; image by Alison Saar

* Her previous installation, “Preservation of Eve,” on view here.

And, of course, The Bangles doing the song, penned by Prince in case you didn’t know.