NPR’s Marketplace piece on Modern Ruin in Dallas on Sunday 2/21/2010. I participated by using the space as a stage and making some performance-scape photographs. I also had my cast bronze coins with bite-marks as a check of authenticity…
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CRUSH indicates feelings for another that are not shared, and situations of proximity, CRUSH that amplify loneliness or longing between people. These objects embody force made visible or feeling made fact. Clearly present, I am forced to be with these images now, yet memories from a previous time in a different place. CRUSH is the […]
Barren trees from a distance line the landscape like fur warming earth’s body while it hibernates. Bright red holly berries appear upon closer look as the wind whips across the Hudson River. Nobody is around to share presence or produce warmth. It’s a lonely landscape of vast spaces where thoughts, like faint whispers riding the […]
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