#wacasnu Words a Contemporary Artist Should Never...
Critics! Artists! Artsy friends! I’m compiling a list for a new project and need your help! I’m looking for words artists should never use in their artist’s statements (e.g. explore), or when describing their work (e.g. meditative). It could also be words that are taboo within the general contemporary art conversation as well (e.g. spiritual). Please submit words using the...
Some people have been on the ride for a long time and they begin to question, is...– Bill Hicks (via)
A 10-minute video response to Untitled (300 x 404). iMovie! 100% Saturation! Ken Burns! Drum roll! Screenshot! I couldn’t stop thinking about this for most of the day yesterday. Wasn’t sure why, or why I chose to defend Allen or chirp up in the first place (besides the fact that he seems like a nice/smart guy online). In making this video response I realized I did so because I...
Musicians on the Highline, walking, wandering.
Photos (and #circleforme reminder) →
A flickr set of my studio install for #BOS2010. Also tell me what’s on your mind today and tag it #circleforme. I’ll draw, well, circles for you! Cheers and happy Sunday! Xoxo
Bushwick Open Studios starts today at noon and continues until Sunday 7pm. If you’re planning on checking it out, I’ll be around! Listing/more info is here. Also, there will be an informal performance on Sunday from 4pm-5pm. I’d like to create a group drawing with you: For you virtual players send a tweet with any message and the hashtag #circleforme and I will draw a circle for...
Thoughts on The Artist is Present
Great Thoughts. (#abramovic, @rwetzler) objectivecorrelative: Site-specific works are impermanent, installed in particular locations for limited duration, their impermanence providing the measure of their circumstantiality. […] In this, the site-specific work becomes an emblem of transience, the ephemerality of all phenomena; it is the memento mori of the twentieth century. Because of its...