With only a few days before I leave for Mumbai, I’m busily preparing for a productive month. Among other things I hope to accomplish, there’s going to be a lot of drawing going on! I’m looking forward to spending some time on the waterfront and in the oldest remnants of the last remaining villages in the […]
Life is a Whirlwind (In a Whole Lot of Ways).
It’s been a ridiculous and hectic fall. First I found out I’d been awarded a residency in Mumbai (which is fantastic and I’m planning on being very excited about it as […]
A trip inside the mind of an artist.
At the same time that I’m still trying to explore this idea of palimpsests, I’ve been working on a new series of paintings. The idea came to me as I was driving back from a visit to Sigrid Sarda’s studio […]
I read Lawrence Weschler’s interview with Errol Morris on the subway this morning. It’s always great to listen in on two interesting and esoteric minds conversing. I appreciated a lot of the insights they dug out of each other. One thing that struck me though is how much public conversations about photography have changed – […]
I’m excited to say that I’ll be spending a month in Bombay this winter. I’ve been talking to the Dr. Bhau Daji Ladd Museum about collaborating on a project with them and thinking about ways to get the quality time I really need to research and write for that. So lucky for me a […]
While I can’t say I’m completely awed by the way the Brooklyn Museum set up this two-day open studio walk, I can say that it’s been fun so far. Surprisingly enough, there has been a steady stream of new faces and ideas coming through my studio since 11 this morning. I’m very pleased […]
After having completed the Cosmorama of the Great Dreamland Fire last summer and lived with it for a year, I finally put some of my thoughts about what it means, where it came from, and how closely associated it is with my Dad into a 10-page, hand-bound book. It’s for sale in Coney Island.
Here’s a nice confluence of my professional/artistic interests and the fun times I have with artistic friends. For the last 3 months or so, Zoe Beloff has been doing a really wonderful project in downtown Manhattan entitled “Days of the Commune“. Deborah and I have been participating as actors, both because […]
Photo by JohnBurke, Courtesy Flickr
– noun 1. device for making photographs
– idiom 1. privately
– idiom 1. out of the range of a television or motion-picture camera
– idiom 1. being filmed or televised by a live camera
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