Cassie’s video podcast videocast podplayer media piece is now streaming! Check out the don’t poke out my iBall exhibition page to view the auto-streaming flash file, or click here to save a m4v file (25Mb) for viewing on your iPod or anything-but-iPod PMP.
or want to listen to the MP3s during your morning subway commute?
Cassie’s cards for her exhibition later this month have been ordered. As always, they’re single-sided full-color and a limited run of only 100 +/- 5%. I may propose doing another card that is actually a work, but so far I’m satisfied with this image and the simplicity of the layout and minimal information available. I like these things stripped down, it also ensures that any activity or buzz that navigates around the event is generated more by word-of-mouth than any promotional artefact. Meanwhile Cassie and I have to be selective about who we distribute cards to, turning the postcard into a type of limited invite, and once they’re gone they’re gone.
Tonight we’re meeting up to watch movies, eat tacos and cut-n-paste some collage work together, or just generally bounce around ideas about the installation, the event, and the production of contemporary art.]]>
my friend Cassie Thornton will be arriving later today for a meeting about collaborating in the Normal Space. we wanted to do this back in December, just before her departure for a residency in Finland, but probably all for the best as planning then would have given us only 3 days - or rather 67.6 hours! - to produce the event. This time around we’ll have two weeks, as I’m hoping to hold her exhibition in Normal Space on the 21st for the February installment of Flux Thursday. My next week is pretty packed with work, and two weeks really isn’t an incredible amount of time to produce these events, but then again anything is possible in two or three weeks with a committed spirit and the right resources (me, no Abrams tanks here, just some postcards and a network of blogs!).
more thoughts after the meeting…]]>
Feels good to be back though.
On a side note, I’m increasingly ecstatic with and surprised-but-not-really-surprised by just how flexible and fast WordPress is for running my life these days. If you know your way around, you can update this software faster than Carl Lewis down the 100m dash.]]>
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and so it begins.]]>
An excerpt from the article can be found online here.
Lindsay Beyerstein took a photo of the piece during the 2006 Flux Factory Auction & Gala where I ended up buying this piece.
Click here to read what others have said about this piece, also.]]>
images of studios I have worked in, or friends and fellow artists, or me buying work at exhibitions!
the slideshow as it is now is as it was at the opening, 147 images and randomly displayed. obviously I have plenty more documentation material available so I will probably be adding to this slideshow over time, but for now you can experience it as it was.
click the image for the slideshow