May 2018

Mildred Thompson: Outer/Inner Space

May 26, 2018

The first thing that happened was that my gaze was arrested by the relatively overworked white circular spiraling shape with a trompe l’oeil shadow in the center right. Then I recognized it as an effort to get something exactly right—and [...]

growing brains

May 22, 2018

  i know a she-male staring into parisian blue she tells me that she thinks of solving problems of dangling pendant lights too from the midst of a half circle she thinks on while i stare at three light bulbs in the window above the street [...]

Parable # 13: Callous youth

May 7, 2018

I didn’t get along with the art teacher in high school. Once he told the class, An artist needs to go to the studio every day, even if you just sweep the floor. And right away I thought, Fucker, you sweep that floor all the time. —Adam Simon [...]