Category Archives: Location

Places. Sites. Spots. Do they have to exist in the current universe? The debate is on!

Submission No. 42

From Miriam: This week I went to an open meeting. A group of people got together to brainstorm about how to help people age with strength and health and how to help those already elderly to thrive. We met at

Submission No. 42

From Miriam: This week I went to an open meeting. A group of people got together to brainstorm about how to help people age with strength and health and how to help those already elderly to thrive. We met at

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Submission No. 39

by Ali Dadgar from the series “disappearing” the first one below is called, “disappearing.” the other is called, “suitcase.” — Miriam. I can’t write on this. Why? Because of the blue, hairy skin. It is compelling, but it seems so

Submission No. 39

by Ali Dadgar from the series “disappearing” the first one below is called, “disappearing.” the other is called, “suitcase.” — Miriam. I can’t write on this. Why? Because of the blue, hairy skin. It is compelling, but it seems so

Submission No. 37

Joan Linder’s entire show at Mixed Greens Gallery. There are a series of detailed india ink drawings of kitchen sinks, a series of time lapse drawings of kitchen sinks, and one gigantic book showing a lovely rolling landscape that looks

Submission No. 37

Joan Linder’s entire show at Mixed Greens Gallery. There are a series of detailed india ink drawings of kitchen sinks, a series of time lapse drawings of kitchen sinks, and one gigantic book showing a lovely rolling landscape that looks

Submission No. 35

Johnna Arnold at Traywick Gallery, Berkeley. http://www.traywick.com/gallery/Arnold_In_Finite_Potential/ Step. Step. Step. Step. Gaze. Breathe. Look. Look. Step. Look. Step. Step. Step. Gaze. Scratch. Breathe. Step. Breathe. Look. Look. Look. I visited this exhibition with Miriam in person. We walked the small,

Submission No. 35

Johnna Arnold at Traywick Gallery, Berkeley. http://www.traywick.com/gallery/Arnold_In_Finite_Potential/ Step. Step. Step. Step. Gaze. Breathe. Look. Look. Step. Look. Step. Step. Step. Gaze. Scratch. Breathe. Step. Breathe. Look. Look. Look. I visited this exhibition with Miriam in person. We walked the small,

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.

Submission No. 34

A sensory discussion (Blake Gopnik and Chandler Burr). Do you have any interest in this? It seems relevant to one that took place at your house, Tom. *** My only response is to quote from our Proust reading group blog, in

Submission No. 34

A sensory discussion (Blake Gopnik and Chandler Burr). Do you have any interest in this? It seems relevant to one that took place at your house, Tom. *** My only response is to quote from our Proust reading group blog, in