Articles by Talking Pictures

Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Family Portraits

November 8, 2018

There is so much manipulated or copied photographic content in the galleries these days that I’ve begun to ignore it. I have even begun to wonder if artists are so happy in their studios sifting through the internet that Plato’s Allegory of the [...]

Bleached Black Balloon

October 27, 2018

  October, 18 … switches are red … witches are green when lear went lear came as software ear for june switch game no owl, no cat, no piglet’s soft nep, just a trap when noose came as news went on the 18 th two scanners [...]

Chapter 9: Bad Kitty in the Dark

October 16, 2018

  Bad Kitty was annoyed enough to get out of her hammock — her detested neighbor, a thug who ran the marina, had had the nerve to walk on to the pier again. He had been told he no longer had any authority over the pier and to leave the [...]

Sketchbooks Number 2: Susanna Heller

October 11, 2018

  I lived in Williamsburg for twenty years and every single time I walked or rode my bike on the Williamsburg Bridge I would meet this beanpole of a woman with big eyes and a wild mop of curly red hair striding across it with her sketchbook. [...]

news on stasis

September 18, 2018

  the crackerjack legal mind sentient sentinel panics: public lack ploughing into the jihad feed of feeling, the blow ups dried up snapshots storming the old promontory department store hoping to lift their heads in real time stampede of [...]