Monthly Archives: April 2011

pop charts

A few weeks ago I decided to enter the Saatchi Gallery Showdown competition one more time, after watching the disappointing results the first few times around. What was supposed to be “an important experiment in Social Curation” was a disheartening … Continue reading

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an important passage

“In 1987, Thomas Knoll, a PhD student at the University of Michigan began writing a program on his Macintosh Plus to display grayscale images on a monochrome display. This program, called Display, caught the attention of his brother John Knoll, … Continue reading

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big air

I wanted to feel bernadette real bad before I left but the highways were changing colors as I looked west, and I could see the red white and blue ribbons of asphalt and concrete rolling towards the horizon, shining in … Continue reading

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mik frequency – always in phase

Some things in life are worth experiencing slowly. Give me an intense shot of Italian, gently percolated espresso over a sterile, dull tasting, instant takeout any day; give me the undeniably sensual thrill of a languorous, three hour lunch as … Continue reading

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art from inner space

Well, hell, I guess I’m just slow. Like Chuck Berry, got no particular place to go (see below). It’s been months since the old gallery on the Avant Garde sim was emptied and de-rezzed (or deconstructed, for graduates of the … Continue reading

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