I haven't been making art. It's been winter, and there were Things To Do. Starting to get that itch, though. Equinoctal urges?
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Filthyhippie and I (Bxiie) have created a multimedia installation under the auspices of EFAC. The piece is called Witness and explores the subjective nature of narrative and experience.
The piece incorporates technology and nature; not a big departure from the tools and materials I bring to my solo work. The piece started out as something that Filth was creating on his own. I provided some support work that sort of expanded into a full collaboration. Not that I pushed myself into Filth's piece... As things went along, it just became clear to both of us that this was a collaborative work.
We're showing it this weekend at a popup art show at a private residence in Washington, DC. I'm also bringing two other things; one half of a Swirl for the front yard and a smallish PVC/chicken wire thing called Vinylhenge.
I'm really pleased with the way this piece has turned out. Once the new year hits, I'm going to start shopping this around to galleries in the northeast... I'll certainly let you know when and where you can witness Witness.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
DJH is in the Aerie; 50,000 new words by December?! But there aren't any new words. And these are the only letters I have to work with? Even the "Q" is trite. #amwriting #unpossible #cromulent
Sunday, September 17, 2017
This assemblage I made for 2012 Artomatic has finally lost its tiny burned head. I will repair if anyone is imminently interested in it (comment at my Instagram), otherwise will stripmine for parts.
Thursday, August 31, 2017
The Governors Island Art Fair opened 9/2/17 & can be visited every weekend in September (11-6, free). Take the ferry from Brooklyn or lower Manhattan. Explore weird and wonderful full-room installations creatively wriggled into old peeling rowhouses. There are also some outdoor sculptures...
Sunday, August 13, 2017
I traveled to Kansas City a few weeks ago. I was very interested to image a monument in that city; the Liberty Memorial that is the focal point of the National World War I Museum and Memorial. I've visited Kansas City a few times and have always been drawn by the simple elegance of the structure and the striking effect the monument has on the landscape as well as the psyche of the viewer.