Archive for September, 2010

Thank you to all who were able to make it out to the artist’s talk at Gage in connection with Kaleidoscope! I had a lot to think about, so I wrote out what I wanted to cover. Still working on getting all the new images corrected and uploaded to my site, but in the meantime, […]


Tonight is the opening and artist’s talk for Chauney Peck, Matt Sellars and me at Gage Academy. The event is from 6-8pm, with the talk at 7. Hope to see some of you there!


As I study for an upcoming animation class, I’ve been fascinated by the history of human ideas about vision and light. Especially interesting is the common connection between images “inside our eyes” and those in dreams. Contemporary science doesn’t seem to make a link between these things at all– relegating them neatly into the categories […]


Just got the new rubymag, and the song below was playing on the radio as I looked at Elina Minn‘s work. It was a good match, so I thought I’d pass it on.


I was like an angel in the architecture, hovering above this scene and snapping photos as the Lincoln Log cabin in Zack’s Fort Branch show was methodically and enthusiastically disassembled, discussed, and remade by Zack and the two boys. It is now a shelter which contains a tupperware container of “trail mix” (peanuts, raisins and […]


Hey! Things are brewing over here. I’m very honored to have been grouped with Chauney Peck (via) and Matt Sellars (via) in a show at Steele Gallery (Gage Academy) which starts September 17th, with an opening and artist’s talk on the 24th (7pm). Both artists are object makers, but have also been known to document and […]


Somehow I missed this news… the Starn Twins, whose work I admired especially in undergrad, when it was mostly photography-based, are now constructing masses of bamboo that either move in reconfigured arches over time or, in the case shown at this link, tower above New York City with rock climbers suspended inside. I’m not sure […]