A couple photos of my work, Icon Number 001, Level E, President Obama: An art historical drone, on display at Con Artist Galllery in the “Just Politics” show. 

The show was curated by Elsa Fraysse and also featured the following artists: Adriana J. Garces, Alex Christopher Williams, Andrew Arnett, Chelsea Rae Klein, Daz Chandler, DeeDee Degelia, Elsa Max Fraysse, Honey Brown, Qinza Najm, and Sonja Lessley.


One of my works will be in the “Just Politics” show  at the Con Artist gallery. 
The show is curated by Elsa Fraysse and also features the following artists: Adriana J. Garces, Alex Christopher Williams, Andrew Arnett, Chelsea Rae Klein, Daz Chandler, DeeDee Degelia, Elsa Max Fraysse, Honey Brown, Qinza Najm, Tia Dunn, and Sonja Lessley.
It opens tomorrow and  will be up for a couple of weeks, so if you are in NYC, please drop by for a look. 
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Fall 2014 Editor’s PickOpens Tues, Sept 9, 6-8p:“RITE OF PASSAGE: The Early Years of Vienna Actionism, 1960 – 1966” Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch, Rudolf SchwarzkoglerHauser & Wirth, 32 East 69th St., NYCthe first major New York City exhibition to explore, through rare paintings, collages, and photographs, the emergence of a critical 20th-century avant-garde movement. Various artistic developments in the second half of the 20th century have been influenced by a performative paradigm that emphasizes a move away from formal, static objects and toward more directly experiential, event-like, and sensorial gestures. In the early 1960s, the Vienna Actionists defined their radical style through a critique of painting, specifically that of European Art Informel and the Abstract Expressionism of the New York School. Under Austria’s Second Republic, Brus, Muehl, Nitsch, and Schwarzkogler sought out new possibilities for expression that could transcend the shadow of World War II. Motivated by material experimentation, they developed their art around radical body-centric performances through which authentic experiences of reality and incisive political statements could be directly and intensely perceived.
The return of Riverside chicken. Its predecessor unfortunately was eaten by a more fortunate hawk.
What Will Be at City Lights

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My review of Ce Qui Sera, What Will Be, Lo Que Será is now up on City Lights’ blog:

For the last 50 years the editors, Her de Vries and Laurens Vancrevel, have published and produced surrealist works under the Brumes Blondes imprint in Amsterdam, and their command of the field has…


Portraits of Artists: Vito Acconci
9 x 12 Watercolor on Claybord
Nazoranai on Flickr.Keiji Haino scrying with a contact mike.
kraftwerk 3D on Flickr.kraftwerk 3D 4.1.14 at the United Palace,
Was digging through my mom’s old cooking notebooks and found this…
Animated alphabet study


Went to the Met recently and came across this monumental slit gong (Atingting Kon) from Vanuatu. Used for rituals, dances and as a communication device between islands and/or villages. These gongs are among some of the largest, freestanding instruments in the world. Here is a short, informational clip http://shar.es/9QEXx

R.I.P. Frosty


What’s that in the rose ahead? by Paul McRandle

Riverside Park


A photo of 5 Pointz taken from the train the day before they white washed the building.