Monthly Archives: January 2011
The College Art Association National Conference juggernaut is coming to NYC shortly. One of the slew of programming offerings that’s going on in conjunction with their conference is this selection of video works, which is going to include my work … Continue reading
Both the wonders of sleet and the joys of snow. Indoor games are getting old. I’m tired of chasing my own tail.
Right now: it feels like 13 degrees. I’ve got a piercing eye headache. We fixed all the lights in the studio spaces at the Center for Book Arts this week and now I can see everything, including the poor printing … Continue reading
It’s going to snow again! I’m going to start growling and chasing my house cats around the apartment. We had a quieter than usual opening last night, which was exactly what I want. People I liked came. Cheese was eaten. … Continue reading
I’m out of paper and maybe only half way finished? Maybe less, I’m not sure. It looks pretty though. I might have to go back and print more of certain parts, and I’m not sure about the line breaks, or … Continue reading
I have a cold, fruit flies in the kitchen, two cats that hate each other, large amounts of fake leather book cloth to dispose of, and nothing to look forward to other than more January. That’s what January letterpress is … Continue reading
I’m the opposite of electric blur. I’m fuzzy headed and speechless, but in a good way.