Sunday, June 28, 2009
Saturday, June 27, 2009
But then we only know her by her mane, her smell, the turn of her ankle and sandals, nice dresses and underwear. As a Californian object she was so sweetly drawn that shit it was a shocker when she had something intelligent to say. He hardly knows her when before we all know it, they’re on to the ol’ 69. Acrobatic but so easy. Maybe I’m just jealous – why wasn’t my Venice Biennale like that?
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
Between W+K and KBOO, I was going a little crazy. But now W+K Radio is going “grey” and reinventing itself over the summer and I am back to one radio show a week.
Tomorrow I will have Eric Vines with me on Art Focus – he’s the Executive Director for the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. While I have been a part of their gigantic annual group show at the forestry center and have seen their extensive newspapers all over town, I’ve never fully grasped what Sitka does. So tomorrow we’ll find out.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Recently I heard from an artist I knew well in the 80s, Ginny Lloyd. She was cleaning out her closet: would I like back the book I made for her in 1984? Of course I would, since she’s asking. The name of the book was Darling, as you see above. That photobooth is Ginny and in fact the book was filled with pictures of her.
- And filled with collage, painting, colored and lead pencil drawings and all kinds of stuff. Above you see Bryan Ferry with some keys. What he’s got to do with Patti Smith’s Babelogue next door, I don’t know, but at some point I just start filling in pages randomly. Clearly I am still in the throes of New Romanticism.