There's a baked-in level of fear and insecurity.' Here she is seen in Los Angeles in January with Orange Is The New Black supporting actress, Uzo Aduba Taylor received critical acclaim for portraying Piper for which she won the 2013 Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Television Series, and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2014.
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Critics love to point out Clark’s “control” over the St.
Vincent project, her ability to keep her art “separate from her personal life” and to, as NPR’s Ann Powers put it, “avoid the confessional in her music,” something that is “not easy for a female artist — women in the arts are almost always assumed to be more naturally emotive than men, and less in control over what they produce. Vincent has succeeded as a construct.” This, too, has always struck me as reductive, bordering on false. But I think it’s more accurate and interesting to view that control, including and especially the gendered aspects of it, as part of the project.
Maybe it’s because she is so often asked the women-in-music question in interviews (she and Merrill Garbus of t Un E-y Ar Ds have commiserated on this point: “I feel like every time someone asks, ‘what’s it like to be a woman in music?