Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Deleuze Effect

The Deleuze Effect An art theory paper on how Deleuze influenced my work – as exemplified by vOluptuary drOid décOlletage.

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My personal view of David Wojnarowicz on his would-be 60th birthday

My personal view of David Wojnarowicz on his would-be 60th birthday at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/his-would-be-60th-birthday/3048

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Marcel Duchamp Paints the Body Electric

Art essay at Hyperallergic :  Marcel Duchamp Paints the Body Electric http://hyperallergic.com/151987/marcel-duchamp-paints-the-body-electric/

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Lacuna at the Portland Art Museum

Lacuna 1989 computer-robotic assisted acrylic on canvas   84 x 128 inches Gift of Jill and Jay Bernstein My big painting Lacuna is currently on view in the Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art, Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park … Continue reading

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50 favorite albums from the last 10 years

my 50 favorite albums from the last 10 years (in no particular order) I have 7817 single musical files on my computer (enough for 28 days of continuous music) and I listen to a lot of music of many types. … Continue reading

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Jean Dupuy

My review at Hyperallergic of the Jean Dupuy exhibition at Galerie Loevenbruck (6, rue Jacques Callot 75006 Paris) http://hyperallergic.com/151172/on-the-left-bank-a-pioneering-conceptualist-gets-his-due/

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Rodin’s Monument to Balzac: The First Bachelor Machine

Essay on Auguste Rodin’s Monument to Balzac: The First Bachelor Machine published at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art  http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/monument-balzac-first-bachelor-machine/3037

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