Lucy Soutter Denise Prince is a professor at the Global Center for Advanced Studies. She was educated in fine arts and critical theory at CalArts. She has exhibited nationally and internationally for twenty years. Prince spent twelve years in LA and NY, where she studied fine art and critical theory at CalArts before returning to Texas. She is known for her permanent installation of photography in the W Hotel lobby as well as for making work that is often provocative in a considerate and substantive way. Denise Prince’s work for Replication and Breakdown of the Missoni Estate Line Catalog attempts to articulate, to bring forth that which is unutterable, unthinkable, unspeakable, to make explicit what is real. According to philosopher and psychoanalyst Charles Merward, her work is “a counterargument to the first Wittgenstein.”