Articles by Talking Pictures

Parable #7: Eric

March 8, 2017

    Some people are unforgettable for the most trivial of reasons. Once when I was a junior in high school, Eric Schwartz stopped me in the hall and asked me a question. “When you shave, do you shave up like this, or down like [...]

Talking Pictures 1st Invitational

March 6, 2017

Talking Pictures 1st Invitational Curated by Paul D’Agostino, Jeffrey Bishop and Cathy Nan Quinlan Michele Araujo + Meg Atkinson +  Jeffrey Bishop + John Descarfino + James Donahue + Charles Luce +Brent Ridge + Marcy Rosenblat + Bob Seng + Fred [...]

bon jour distress

February 21, 2017

Frederic James,  Kansas City house If independence is the ideology of slave-holders, emancipation requires the programmatic destruction of independence. Within a cross-coded history, the realization of freedom is indistinguishable from its [...]

Red and Green

January 7, 2017

progression, what does it mean? to step forward ….? forewearde: “toward the front, in front; toward the future; at the beginning” let us sing the word scout to disclose the outpost – the modern girl (1932) , painted in red [...]

About Purple, Kant States…

December 1, 2016

About Purple, kant states in the critque of judgement (§7)  – i do give you a frank translation -: what a color, for some salty, for some sweet … well, he spoke – as hodler painted – not looking towards the shore, but [...]