Corinne Whitaker, aka the Digital Giraffe, continues her investigation into what it means to be human in the 21st century. Using a highly personal visual language along with poetry, Whitaker takes us through the DNA of hatred, especially as it pertains to the use of children for violent indoctrination. Whitaker brings 33 years of professional digital image-making, with an extensive exhibition record, to this endeavor. She is also the editor, author, designer and programmer of the Digital Giraffe, an award-winning monthly
art and culture eZine (www.giraffe.com) now in its 20th year of web publication.
Unique digital paintings and sculpture by one of the pioneering artists in the field of digital imaging. Whitaker has over thirty years of experience, has exhibited world-wide, and is known for her use of experimental materials and processes. Her Digital Giraffe monthly eZine (giraffe.com) has been online for twenty years and is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence. It is always free, and ad-free, for the use of scholars, critics, collectors, researchers, artists, and lovers of art.