... is devoted to this:
Reading Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950
Listening to Carrie Mae Weems discuss From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried on the Modern Art Notes podcast.
Jacinda Russell, Instagram Loading in Sierra or Tom Friedman's Untitled (a ring of plastic drinking cups), Aerial View, 1993
Critiquing two months of 27 photographs on Instagram.
Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, Book Cam (Aperture Edition) 210mm, 2012
Preparing a talk on the Aperture Remix exhibition currently on display at the Ball State Art Museum (= best show since I've lived here). More soon.
Marcel Duchamp, In Advance of the Broken Arm, 1963
Shoveling more snow (and drifts) from the driveway than I ever have in my life (inventing new swear words and complaining profusely on how much I despise winter).
Dreaming hourly of how I can live in a warm climate 365 days of the year. Hoeckel's photographs evoke a sense of longing for warm weather, blue skies, clear water, and swimming outdoors. I can dream....