Thursday, December 27, 2007

Performances I didn't see

Nancy Garcia, No keys

New York City Players
Written, Composed and Directed by Richard Maxwell

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Best of 2007

These are my favorite sites on the internet for 2007.

I HEART PHOTOGRAPH: The best site for what’s Hip in photography. This is the one site I can count on for consistent stimulating images

TYLER GREEN'S MODERN ART NOTES: Tyler Green’s blog offers the best coverage of the art and museum world with critical reporting and analysis. No gossip and real reporting.

REVERSE COWGIRL: Susanna Breslin is a seasoned journalist/social commentator in the sex industry and talks about sex and pornography in a way that no one else does, with her heart and head.

BRIEF EPIGRAMS: Ryan always has something interesting and funny to say about art and lately fills the halls with pleasant smells of hot wax. To see what I'm talking about check out his latest work.

C-Monster- The Daily Digest gives you everything art related on the Internet from High to Low on a daily basis.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Pushing and Shoving, Or Boy Scout Performance Three

This is the latest version of the Boy Scout Performances. This staging turned into complete aggression and further removes itself from the actual Boy Scout contest.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

On The Road

I'm off to Virginia for the holidays.

Things I'm Leaving:

My Studio.

Kansas City.

Random Collaborations.

My new home

and this car will be leading me around the country, hopefully.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Laughing and Mocking

This is the companion piece to the Chicken video below. Both works deal with exercises of aggression and intimitation.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Chicken! BACH BACH

New video piece I just finished. The sound in the background is a recording my father did in the 1970's at Rockingham Speedway, put together with sounds of me making car sounds like I used to as a kid, and topped with BACH BACH!

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Muzeum Wojak

Jeni Mc's new work "Museum of Ultra-Modern Warriors" is currently on display at the Urban Culture Projects Jenkins window downtown. I've included a link to the online version which has a guided audio tour.