Sunday, November 30, 2008

Mewa Khan Kaleri 2007 Mein Moot Di Akbar Koon?

Not really sure what all this is about. But I kinda like the music and gestures of the men.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Friday, November 21, 2008

Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Awards

The Charlotte Street Foundation 2008 Visual Artist Fellows, Jorge Garcia Almodovar, Adolfo Martinez, Mike Hill and beniah leuschke.

Gallery Food: CSF Meets the Nerman Museum

I will write a review of the the food soon.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Please Call Me

Going through my external hardrive I found this piece I made back in 2004 that relates to my current phone project. It's funny how our ideas change, and stay the same over time. Back when I made this I wanted to rid myself of the desire. Now it seems I've embraced the desire by creating a second phone line and leaving the number around town. Instead of running away I seem to embrace and actualize.

Notebook on cities and clothes

Watched this interesting film by Wim Wenders called Notebook on Cities and Clothes, about fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto.  

Monday, November 10, 2008

Good Conversation Project

This is all work made out of text messages I've received in my Good Conversation Project where I post my number online and leave cards with the number to call me back at.

William Pope L.

A couple of images from the Grand Arts website of William Pope L.'s amazing flag flown at the Kansas City Municipal Auditorium. 


I was just exposed to Boohbah's a british TV show for Pre-schoolers website. check it out its really weird and trippy. 

Friday, November 07, 2008

Jeff Shore and Jon Fisher: Reel to Reel

Pretty neat work by Jeff Shore and Jon Fisher at the new Crossroads Kemper space.  

Gallery Food: Crossroads Kemper

While the art was better than the usual Kemper Museum catered opening the lack of food, and popcorn were a little lame.  The deserts where good but gone quickly.  Crackers and hummus where pretty gross. I had a coke and quickly left. 

Robert Stackhouse at Belger Arts Center

Works from the John and Maxine Belger Family Foundation on view until February.