Alejandro Duran, Washed Up, 2010 New York based artist, Alejandro Duran, is creating art from trash that washes up on the beaches of Sian Ka’an, in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. Although Sian Ka’an is a federally-protected reserve, the Mexican government cannot prevent the area from becoming the final resting place for trash from all over the… Read More dumpster diving
I am old school. I still keep most of my thoughts and ideas in an actual notebook. Yes, a notebook made of dead trees.
Luis Camnitzer, Last Words (2008). Excerpts from the final statements of death row prisoners, taken from website of the Texas Department of Justice. What seems almost impossible is to speak always of the specter, to speak to the specter, to speak with it, therefore especially to make or to let a spirit speak. And the… Read More speaking with specters
The best social scientists, watch and learn:
Yesterday’s performance of Foolish Journeys went very well. First, participants came in and signed the book, and then they were given pamphlets (made from a single letter-sized sheet folded in half twice), which contained the Foolish Journeys orientation text. Then they were given a reading, using my deck of cards, laid out on a tablecloth… Read More foolish journeys documentation