Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Recent Investigations Into My Own Utopianism

In moments of dishevelment, I've developed this fantasy of where I'd rather be.
Could this place really happen? Could I make this work?
In conversation about this, it has been suggested that I ask myself 'Why
would I rather be somewhere other than where I am?' I suppose that one value of utopianism, if it is recognized, is that it helps us get an idea of what's making
us settle for daydreams.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

"The Artist's Studio 11/25/07"

Mixed-Media Drawings, Drywall, Bar Stool, Mirror, Sketch Books.
Dimensions Variable

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Friday, November 23, 2007

Yahoo Knows What's Up

'The Sun entering into Sagittarius means it's time to focus on your goals.'

Thursday, November 22, 2007


Jesse Bercowetz and Matt Bua
they raised this boat from the dead!and they do so much more awesome things! Just click on the link and look at EEEVerything!

a little late night artist revisiting and discovery (part 1)

1 = Yves Klein
2 and 3 = Matthew Deleget
4 and 5 = MVRDV
6 and 7 = Florentijn Hofman
8 and 9 = Helmut Dick

a little late night artist revisiting and discovering (part2)

1 and 2 = Kim Jones
3,4 and 5 = Augusta Atla
6,7 and 8 = Wannes Goetschalckx

Saturday, November 17, 2007

November 16, 2007

An evening of planting seeds, chargings that which must be activated, engaging mechanisms and un-establishing funstion code. Speaking of this and that to whom and whomever, betwitching the goals and slippery seas of all the myriad have-to-bees.

photos by R.Minissi

Note of Note:
The Manafest grows in it's immediacy
soon it will overcome the urge to, itself, see
geokinetic overtones for the portal-mind, treasonably;

the children toil, though no less wild be.

A Marriage Of Sorts, November 10, 2007

photos by emily

Friday, November 09, 2007

this entry is a power point presentation that supplemented a conversation with my professors today concerning the art-making process I have been developing for myself.
I had been approaching the establishment of a generative system for making as a divination of chance, similar to soothsaying and the I-Ching. Such a practice places serendipity in the forefront, the mother of invention.
However, upon reflecting on past experiments I found that pure chance is not the apple of my eye, but the unforeseen fruits of combining that chance with communicative interchange with others. The potential for the spaces between everything else in the world and myself to be charged, to be activated, is where my motivations lie. It is here that the everyday is raised up from the realm of the mundane.