EDITOR Kayla Cushner
Hannah Anderson Peter Frank Lizzie Grubman Agyness Deyn
STAFF Troy Shaheen Natalie Shutler Spencer Silverthorne Zach Webb Sarah Weiser
Joy Doyle Dina Lohan Lukas Moe Lauren Pfundstein
Leanne Phillip Nandi Plunkett Claire Potter Nate Pritchard
Welcome HORN:Spring Spring 2008 premier of HORN! Welcome to HORN: 2008, the, the premier issue issue of HORN! Sparkling andand shiny andand new,new, HORN, like her predecessor, comprises of Sparkling shiny HORN, like her predecessor, student-produced artwork, prose, and poetry. In all fairness, it is The Galcomprises of student-produced artwork, prose, and poetry. In allHorn fairness, lery Magazine’s makeover; in all honesty, it was tip to toe. it is The Horn Gallery Magazine’s makeover a capite ad calcem. What you hold yourin hands the next of student-focused What you now holdinnow yourishands is generation the next generation of content. Beyond the requisite “Art, Poetry and Prose,” the scope of this publicastudent-focused content. Beyond the habitual “Art, Poetry and Prose,” tion expands to encompass Film and Video, Music, and Style. Our real focus this publication’s scope expands its pages to encompass Film and Video, is you, though. Following recluse hiatus, a stint in counseling of near-court Music, and Style. sanctioned (Clan Lohan) proportions, diligent self-inventory focused carefully Our real focus is you, though. Following a stint in counseling (surgically) on improvements, and having buried Father issues, feelings of inatadequacy, Clan Lohan and having buried feelings and proportions the Gerascophobia, HORN’s standsfather ready issues, to capture you atof eruinadequacy, ourinkynophobia, HORN stands ready to capture you at dite play andand relish your innovation. your best erudite play and relish in your innovation. We feel a presence and virtuosos,and youare aretaking there behind your opus. We missingVisionaries in other publications it upon ourselves toatfillHORN the felt a presence missing in the student-anthology-mélange each year churnedvoid. The analyst says we’re “overcompensating our own inabilities with out on our beloved Hill; identifying it, a good bit of these pages represent our pretentious conjectures.” He is, clearly, projecting. efforts at highlighting, alongside the noteworthy, the individual.
Visionaries, virtuosos, you are there behind your opus, kids– and so a good bit of these pages represent our eﬀorts at highlighting, alongside the noteworthy, the individual. After all a student body that frolics around mud-season Middle Path barefoot, headbangs in a Twisted Sisteresque fashion to Detroit Enjoy! Groove, and plays chess at 2 am in Gund computer lab deserves a voice. –The Editors So hark to HORN, and enjoy our premier issue alongside your extendo cheeseburger bisque.
s t n e t n o 2. Letter from the Editors 5. Film 7. Art, Honorable Mentions 9. Profiles: Art 17. Profiles: Style 25. Poetry and Prose 39. Last Licks: Editorâ€™s Picks
1- Style: We catch up with President Nugent on her love of jewelry. page 22
2- Art Profile: Liz Shapiro &
Larry Keaty sit down to discuss their inspirations & current works. Shapiro, page 13
3- Art: Honorable art mentions include pieces by alumnus Andrew Ritter ‘07. page 7
MARTHA GREGORY WRITES ON HER INTEREST IN FILM & HER NEW DOCUMENTARY ON THE 1949 OLD KENYON FIRE “To take images, music, sound clips and work them all together so a story then forms, is for me, the most thrilling art to make. I want to recreate the feeling I get while watching a film when everything syncs together on the screen in such a way that––in a single moment––I suddenly feel my heart in my mouth; my body and brain are wracked with the sensation created by emotion transferring from screen to body. That very transference is what I want to achieve through working in this medium.