Speaker Notes Draft 1.docx - 1 Presentation Draft Jessica Mays HUM200 1 Overview The first artifact I have chosen is the painting called"Gold Marilyn

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Presentation Draft Jessica Mays HUM200 1. Overview The first artifact I have chosen is the painting called "Gold Marilyn Monroe" by Andy Warhol. "Gold Marilyn Monroe" is a Pop Art installation created in 1962. It was painted with silkscreen ink and synthetic polymer paint on a canvas. It depicts Marilyn Monroe's face, brightly colored with neon paints on a gold background. It currently resides at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. My second choice is the poem "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson. It was published in 1890 after Dickinson's death. The poem is about the author meeting "death" personified. She described death as a gentleman who arrived in a horse-drawn carriage taking her through the timeline of life before arriving in Heaven. 2. Impact the Audience The common theme between both artifacts is death. Death is a subject that I know many of you may have uneasy feelings towards, but when looking at it through the eyes of the creator, you can start to see how to express your own feelings about the subject and hopefully find ways of coping. The theme is complex because both artifacts have different viewpoints. One is how the burden of a life of stardom can influence someone to take mortality in their own hands. The other
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