I'm in the middle of transitioning out of Santa Barbara and after moving out of my studio and returning my set of university keys, I'm a little short on the resources I once had access... including the internet.
I've also learned that weebly and Google Chrome are not compatible, which is why for the past couple of months, I was unable to troubleshoot loading errors. I guess they'll break up to make up maybe one day. I’m barely pushing through here on Explorer.
But don't fret, dear reader. Here's a small list of publications that you can catch up on reading, particularly with the recent exhibitions I've participated.
Here’s a slam on the group exhibition BOOM by KCRW’s Ed
Goldman. Ouch, Ed. Ouch.
And a review of Goldman's review.
Here's another publication on BOOM from LA I'm Yours.
One of my older works was featured in the MFA thesis exhibition
Headgear for Tony, review by SB Independent’s Josef Woodard.
Here's a downloadble .pdf version.
And if you're wondering what I've been sticking my nose into, I've been reading other "light" material, such as Anne-Marie Slaughter's "Why Women Still Can't Have it all," from Atlantic Magazine, and Alan Lightman's Einstein's Dreams. The latter is quite poetic and reminds me much of Calvino's Invisible Cities. An excerpt from the novel was part of the graduation speech that my committee chair Marko Peljhan, read to me in front of our audience. It was quite evocative, and I often refer to such materials when addressing/poeticizing past experiences.
More soon. Read on.