I am off to the harbour to do some spandrelling for two weeks or so, and will be outside of the internet for most of that time, so why don’t you join me remotely by avoiding the internets as well? Our metaphysical union will be further enhanced whenever you are under water.
I was a resident at the Nebraska Art Farm last autumn, and took part in the Art Harvest. It felt like a small bread and puppets, with a dilapidated victorian house full of artists, tents and a vw camper full of visitors, guitar and cooking and bonfires and violin and a melted sneaker and a [...]
This is what I am putting together, now. The grim fairy tales of Nauru, Yugoslavia, the US, and the many different meanings of the word hanging: kachiti, visiti: hang like clothing obesite: hang by the neck nadvijati se: hang over in a threatening way biti zaokupljen nekim: hung up on ustrajati: hang on/ hang in [...]
Lee Walton‘s smartest work in the remote instructions project is Watching TV with the Neighbors, because it’s getting intervention-y. I like the direction it opens of using the remote, and the passive, to connect and start. Of course, this might be because, for me to invite myself over my neighbours to film us watching TV [...]
BTW, Mel Kendrick is basically Equivalent Items* , as well as Starling and Sailstorfer and One Horse. Filling the negative space you create with what you used to create it. Kendrick uses physical evidence to offer geometric clues to the process. The one horse uses geometric clues as an entry into the process. Starling misaligns [...]
Zachary Royer Scholz‘s foam is delicious!!! God I love this. Can anyone tell me what it is about this that i love so fucking much?
Log, by Christopher Robbins (2008).Cardboard, wood veneer, paper tape.
Seven puppies need homes. Nikki, the fluffy white purebred Samoyed you should be quite familiar with from these pages, had sex with a jet black stray, and we now have seven adorable puppies who need homes careening around our backyard. Call Christopher Robbins at +381 (0) 62 854 3325, in Vranje if you can take [...]
Every time I think I am too cynical, I realize I am actually too naive. This latest self-adjustment comes from hearing Seymour Hersh speaking about Covert Operations In Iran on NPR. If you prefer, you can read the New Yorker article he is speaking about here. In short, the United States already has covert operations [...]