New Silk Scarf i made with Maudit Caillou and Atelier 2000 .
Limited edition , only 20 !
Available at Maudit Caillou Editions .
Or Directly with me at the shop , East River , Brooklyn .
Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love. Claude Monet
D. Lynch’s Silencio ~aucune photographie~ = #toiletteselfie (at Silencio Club)
hard ground and soft ground etching with aquatint, 16.5x12.5”, Edition of 12, 2013
Dan Graham, Public Space/Two Audiences, (1976)
Two rooms, each with separate entrance, divided by a sound-insulating glass panel, one mirrored wall, muslin, fluorescent lights, and wood.
In Public Space/Two Audiences (created for the Biennale di Venezia in 1976), before entering the rooms, visitors agreed to remain in that space for thirty minutes. This period of time, perhaps a little too long for staying in an empty room with other (most likely unknown) viewers, induced one to communicate beyond words, since the spaces, divided by a wall of glass, made any exchange of sounds impossible. There was also a mirror in the back, which duplicated the locale. Minimalism might have had a powerful influence on Graham; however, he took advantage of Minimalism’s structures in very unconventional ways, in this case, creating a nearly invisible environment that spoke resoundingly about it’s own environment and the spectators role within it.
alexander mair, memento mori. woodcut. 1605.
blurry mammary juxtapositions with @evanbender (at Musée du Louvre)
Halber Mensch // Einstürzende Neubauten
Henri Matisse working on The Dance (1910)
sol lewitt, variations of incomplete open cubes, 1974.