Enjoying a walk in the neighborhood (thanks Old City) and I saw this. Amazing what you see when you look, yeah. Looking forward to the weather improving so I can actually hold my camera without a glove.
I’m trying to hold this blog together with tape and string. I just moved all the data and it was very old so I’m trying to find a template to use and that all has my head spinning. I don’t want to code this thing.
Anyway please just ignore the mess.
I want the squeezebox.
I had to put something fuzzy and unexpected on my feet.
Lookie what I found. Pink and they make you drag your feet making shush, shush sounds.
Past the boat houses, in the dark.
Dreaming of the sound of oars hitting the water. Heading west on an evening drive.
I found you hiding in the corner. You are so fuzzy and you whisper.
Two little sculptures.
“The brain appears to possess a special area which we might call poetic memory and which records everything that charms or touches us, that makes our lives beautiful.”
— Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being
I’m happy to have books in this single-sheet book show. There are more than 250 books.
About the show:
Saturday, December 14, 2013
3 — 6 pm
Friday, December 6, 2013
Saturday, January 25, 2014
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110 CHURCH gallery invites you to retreat from the cold into our gallery, transformed into a reading room. Be surrounded by stories, engulfed by pages, dazzled by over two hundred books. Books on shelves. Books on tables. Books hanging. Walls covered with books on display. Take books down, curl up and read. Fall in love with a book, buy it, and take it home.
Each of these books has been constructed from a single-sheet surface that is no larger than 11 x 17 inches. Over one hundred artists submitted books, addressing the theme: ritual.
RiTUAL. A ceremonial act ~ Rites used in the course of worship ~ The performance of ceremonial acts ~ The prescribed form of conducting the ceremony ~ A method of procedure that is followed without variation ~ performance with gestures, words, and objects, often in a sequestered place.
Pricing: $20, $75, $250 or free.
We are open First Fridays 5 — 8 pm : Dec 6 and Jan 3