Saturday, June 28, 2008


Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Some photos from 6th north, Williamsburg

Loshadka at OTO (MTAAish)--

Rebecca Bird & Matthew Thurber's show at Southfirst (Rebecca shown in front of a small part of her giant painting

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

China: day 5 & 6

Hung down and brung down, looking for a comfort meal and a stroll through some neighborhoods-
the avocado tried to make a break for it

what's brown & sticky?A Stick!!

something about christian paine

How about some fried duck heads?

Yi Zhou's studio-

It's three rooms- super massive, totally awesome. Check out the cast erasers on the table.
Day 6-

From Yi's Mom's apartment (thanks for the hospitality Mrs. Zhou). They're flattening the old neighborhoods to make room for more apartments. I was told that everyone who's displaced gets a spot in the new buildings, I hope they put in a lot of bike racks.
to the airport for lunch and some flying

Meridith's first real pop top-
when I was a kid I would drop them into the can before drinking, my stomach was a lot tougher back then.

Just enough for two ice creams and a water-

Thursday, June 12, 2008

China:day 4

Alright, day 4 pictures have been slow coming (no internet) but they're here!
After a nice breakfast we went to the Median Art Center to take some pictures of my piece and the show-
We took pictures as the Kings in Kenya Nakazawa's sculpture-
then it was back in a taxi to the Forbidden City
I think it's pretty cool that they don't put something so lame as a broken sign on the urinal when a piece of wood is so much cleaner, longer lasting, green? It's just better than a sign.

Then we headed to Yi's friends' studios for a bbq party and...
WHoa! there goes the wheels I want-