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Flight of the Crane

Video installation that can be seen at TSKW for the solo exhibition “Conversations of Kami” until December 30th, 2010. I realized one of the qualities of being an artist is our peculiar nature of seeking out situations of discomfort. This … Continue reading

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Progress at residency: Week two

This week at the Geumcheon residency in Seoul I concentrated on my drawings that will be displayed at the exhibition with my sculpture installation. I am interested in the Universal structural tapestry and had Buckminster Fullers’ words in mind when … Continue reading

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Buckchon Gallery district of Seoul.

The neighborhood of Samchong-dong in the Bukchon area is the “SoHo” of Seoul, and is nestled in between two palaces, peppered with galleries. It is very charming with alleys full of coffee cafes, restaurants and art. Seoul is wearing two … Continue reading

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The World of Carol Fox.

When I met Carol Fox almost a decade ago I was taken by her worldviews. She has this childlike wonder that constantly gathers shapes and ideas of beauty and blatantly denies that which is full of hate or anger. Some … Continue reading

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Living in the Henry Faulkner House.

I am living on a quaint lane in Old Town Key West for the last six years in a wooden Victorian house. My first impression walking in as a tenant-to-be was the “good feeling” that oozed out of the old … Continue reading

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