Me and Pollack.
Last night I dreamt that I was like Pollack, drizzling and dripping photographs on the floor.
Roland Barthes is not a Photographer
not. In his well-known text, “Camera Obscura,” the famed French theorist Roland Barthes wrote: I am not a photographer, not even an amateur photographer: too impatient for that: I must see right away what I have produced (Polaroid? Fun, but disappointing, except when a great photographer is involved). I might suppose that the Operator’s emotion (and consequently the essence of...
In Process of Becoming
I am in the process of becoming.
I’d like to look softly at the world.
NYTimes Mythology Section
mythology. While scrolling too quickly through the NYTimes in my email inbox just now I could’ve sworn I saw a new section labeled, “Mythology.” Of course, when I slowed down and went back to check again it was gone. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some modern day myths? It’s a funny time to be alive when those we used to rely on for trustworthy news now rely on us to...
Artender, poor me another.
Artender. Art-tender. Art ender. I came up with the idea of playing the role of artender this afternoon while on my way to the bottom of a glass. Bartenders have played a unique role in the history of the world. more on this soon.