From the monthly archives: February 2010

For those of you who have visited in the past few days and noticed that I am slacking — I should have posted an explanation. I am steeped in a project currently which is consuming all my free time. I am keeping the papers and will blog every week, with the hope of catching up/filling […]

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The Players

February 12, 2010 by

Read Roberta Smith’s article: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/12/arts/design/12boys.html?ref=todayspaper It’s a rundown of current shows for artists characterized as bad boys. I appreciate her approach to describing the rink — it’s both savvy and has comic flare. My visual response: Tweet

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There is always a story behind why art is sold. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/11/arts/design/11polaroid.html?adxnnl=1&ref=todayspaper&adxnnlx=1266289401-lzw56Un4T59xeofbtJtOJA The unique collection of 1,200 polaroids will be auctioned off on June 21st and 22nd at Sotheby’s in New York. It’s a shame the collection will be not be kept intact. I imagine Sotheby’s will invest in making the catalog publication worthy. This image […]

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Overradiated?

February 10, 2010 by

Humans make mistakes and so do machines: Tweet

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This is just incredible. Turns out carp is not only the passover “delicacy” known as gefilte fish (or in my mouth a punishment), but a very dangerous fish. I am having a deja vu moment — about the situation with the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes (already I am losing track of my past […]

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Really. And yes, there are quotations around these four words — in fact nearly the entire article is in quotes. It is amusing, yet very sad. The game of pointing fingers continues. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/08/us/politics/08terror.html?ref=todayspaper Tweet

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Spinning. Can you identify the page? Tweet

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Making the surreal, more surreal. Tweet

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Sometimes I wish I could have a conversation with the news. Call me crazy, but I bet you also sometimes gasp aloud when you skim the front page. Really? How? On any given day if you could ask the newspaper 20 questions, tell me what would they be. Tweet

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Children

February 4, 2010 by

This morning, I was pleased for the first time in ages to see a smile on my times. I am not being coy here (proof below).  I imagine this photograph did not last long online, an unfortunate thing for those of you who do not subscribe to the paper. Part of me wonders if Jose […]

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If you have not read the headlines for the Business section (which I know many pass over), you may find it is easier to inject in the alphabetical form — much like your Chef Boyardee pasta (they coined the alphabet pasta right?). The headlines are dull for the most part. I did learn something however […]

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My intention was to composite every image from section A. I photographed all 66 of them, however I realized after 10 — that it was the max, given my process. Here are the results: I would like to more carefully sew together an entire section, or paper. My method of approach will need to be […]

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Mondays are not my most creative, nor thoughtful. Perhaps you can decipher the puzzle here. Tweet

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