I think I’m dyslexic.
three signs I misread, and their originals.
just an idea i’m playing with.
the city with all the information stripped out.
Shooting video for Catherine Cabeen’s piece. Turns out these body parts look like an ass. Happy coincidence? I think so.
Found at CVS Pharmacy.
For an interview, I stayed at the most LA hotel, and couldn’t help but notice the
art worst things ever on the hallway walls. I commented they were called I have two types of paint. And because a friend encouraged me, and because it’s something I would do, I curated the hotel’s collection.
I present Deedee Berkowitz, the leading contemporary painter of LA.
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) I
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) II
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) III
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) IV
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) V
And ‘her’ newest work
Untitled (I have two types of paint.) Study in green.
Check it out at the Hotel Palomar on Wilshire in Los Angeles before the cleaning staff figures it out.
Now hanging at 5th and Lenora.
Either (a) the landscaper who waters the sidewalk in Fremont is going to town, (b) some kid is causing some mayhem, or (c) Olafur Eliasson strikes Seattle.
re:olafur eliasson, further reading here http://www.olafureliasson.net/works/erosion.html and here http://www.olafureliasson.net/publications/download_texts/Conversation_HUO_OE.pdf
making an art. but I’m in the frame so I am the art. therefore I made myself an art.
got some test footage today for an idea I’m kicking around. this is a still from a video.
gymnastics skillz. I still gots em.
At least five times a day, I have to move my eyes away from my computer monitor and look outside so I can remember what true edges and true colors look like. Letting my eyes readjust to the real world brings in to question the more nuanced effects of technology in everyday life.
Are these colors right? Is the monitor backlight just the right hue of white? How do my eyes adjust to the slight blurriness of the virtual representations in my monitor? How does having an image two feet in front of my face eight hours a day affect my vision?
I won’t go in to details, but I had a very heroic kayaking run today. I went down an (arguably) class 4 rapid upside down and backwards. Per the diagram, I headed towards the scary rocks upside down, rather than the rock free channels.
Next time, I will do this right side up.