La Décor, C'est Moi
Manifesto for a décor-oriented ontology.
A series of pieces about furniture—but also, not about furniture. Furniture Meditations is about you and your surroundings—whatever they are, whatever they once were, whatever they could have been.
It's recommended that you enjoy Furniture Meditations during periods of idle activity, such as driving, walking, cooking food, whatever.
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The Rose Ceremony
A vignette, ripped from the headlines.
Sometimes the perspective of a cat is helpful in orienting aesthetic thinking and guiding reflection on art practice.
Four young men camping in the desert—mysterious lights on the horizon—a video shoot, an argument about chroma keying—the lights are back—drinking—the question of the psychedelic toad—Alberti and linear perspective—more drinking—the politics of aesthetics—the desert.
Judd's Studio Door
Sometime in the past—Marfa, TX. After an encounter with a window to infinite cosmic knowledge—what Borges called the aleph—Donald Judd seals off the door to his studio and builds a new one next to it. In 2013, I travelled to Marfa to discover why.
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