Saturday, April 23, 2016

Scribbles on Met Map to Remember...

Morris Louis, Bridget Riley, John Chamberlain, Lee Krasner, Anselm Kiefer, Julian Lethbridge, Henry Koerner

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Violet Gaze and Stagnant Days

i don't want that pool to open.
i like my coworkers.
i hope i have fun this summer.

/hopefully to become part of window neon/signage series.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

feeling sad and far away from what once was. :-'(

Sunday, April 3, 2016


There was a time today when I felt really good and also a time where I felt really sad. Both kind of at opposite sides of the day spectrum. I think the good part had more weight, but the bad seems to last longer, or stronger for a shorter amount of time -then lingers- where good can trail forward for a long time until the sad part happens. It's interesting to analyze which has more impact. I think the good went deeper since it felt like a new experience/emotion whereas the bad is getting annoyingly repetitive but still has a strong grasp over me, like a shadow that won't leave me be for too long. They always cancel each other out, though, the good and the bad -- the light taking away the shadow and the shadow overtaking the light.

Starting to feel like a real homebody.
(which I feel guilty and kind of embarrassed about)

Carrie (1976)

I saw Brian De Palma's "Carrie" tonight for the first time at the IFC Center. I found it profoundly moving, especially the entire prom part. Really great visuals, shifting music, and a plethora of themes to dig through. I wish I could have attended a school dance like that irl, minus the pigsblood catastrophe, of course. Nothing like silver paper stars hanging from a ceiling to bring you back to the quintessential high school experience that never really existed.