Art Lies, Volume 3, October-November 1994

control pills. \\omen in silk lingene. make-up. and tie 'perfect \\oman. Her installation is intriguing. her issue is clear: a combi-
nation that the other artists in LAI are lacking.
How much pre-propaganda is needed to bring about awareness? Tius combination of aesthetics and discourse may not play in Peo-
ria. Hopefully. though. there is time to deepen this dialogue. Unfortunately. most of the work in "Image as Issue" is too heavily
codified to ascertain amn answers.

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Huerta, Benito; Ballou, Chris & Loftus, Kelley. Art Lies, Volume 3, October-November 1994. Houston, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth228036/. Accessed August 27, 2014.