After a few posts about other people’s stuff, here’s one about mine: I have put several new series of photographs up at grographics.com/photos, where you can pick from the following themes: peeled posters, consumer objects, porch objects, manekins of europe and oceania, street art, oceania dancers, no theme really, walled nature, and wabi sabi.
If I weren’t posessed of the native ability to see directly through the chiffon matrix of New York’s culture and glamour to the wind-blown, garbage-strewn, sooty, selfish, close-minded and mildly yet unnervingly insane place it really is, I could be tricked from time to time into thinking I liked New York. Take this afternoon, for [...]
According to my own little world, most contemporary art can be dropped into one of three buckets: Stuff anyone (even I) could do, but not as art. Stuff anyone (even I) could do, but which is ingenious regardless. And stuff that is true craft. The PS1 exhibit Lesser New York or something has got a [...]
It has been quite awhile, eh. I have returned to the USA with insufficient explanations for those wanting to understand why on earth I would leave Fiji for this crazy place. I have no good reason. But here I am. Navigating the perils of home-buying, I realized once again that the world is not ruled [...]