Thursday, May 28, 2009


Nothing is cool
well, maybe Tim Hawkinson's cool

and macro'd bouncy on the driver's seaty shots are cool

macro'd crazy accidents aren't as cool as when they're not macro'd

pool condoms are probably not cool, what do you think?

Stephanie graduating from UMass is way cool

me Mum's glasses are cool

cool mustache

cool Family

cool bowl

doubles with the Nephy in Northampton from Kai Vierstra on Vimeo.

and congrats on the learner's permit, but not cool at turning, yet.

not as cool as I'd hoped

coolness taking over

and then losing cool

coooooool lens dude.

Chris Doyle is cool and so is his animation

It's cool Meridith and I are in a book in Matt Bua's installation

and Victoria being modelly face, cool.

coolyn't trees

and I think these are cool enough to keep me tossing my expensive gear around


and a mini golf carnival on Saturday, come play my hole, if I can get to it-

ride your bike there

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

David Herbert "Nostalgia for Infinity"

Opening at POSTMASTERS this Thursday, with an alien in a chair. Not just any alien, it's the alien, with a butterfly and a video featuring a mouse. (saw it last night and it was awesome -very much like the book)


Thursday, May 14, 2009

DIE DIE DIE - Serna's mind frothing

Matt's new video. the best and worst yet!
-it's inappropriate for anyone

totally bestial

Sunday, May 03, 2009


I just finished "Quake Arch" for Recess, an art show in "closer than you think" Flushing Queens at Crossing Art. (go to the home page and check out my animated gif) Here's all the official info:

Reception & Asian Contemporary Art Week Event: Sunday May 17th, 2009 2 – 6 pm
Special Performances @ 3 pm*
Curator-led tour & Artist talk for both Exhibitions: Saturday, May 30 6 - 8 pm*
Exhibition Dates: Wednesday, April 29th – Saturday, May 30, 2009

(NEW YORK, NY- April, 2009) Crossing Art is pleased to present the group exhibition, Recess. The exhibition will subversively examine theories as of how and why the economy collapsed by examining different types of structures and systems. Recess will feature works by Chen Gang 陳剛, Chris Coffin, Carl Eckhoff, Gabert Farrar, Ben Grasso, Michael Greathouse, He Diqiu 賀棣秋, Timothy Hutchings, Scott Kiernan, Rachel Kohn, Jon Laustsen, Paris Mancini, Meridith Pingree, Patrick Resing, Adam Thompson, and Kai Vierstra.

The title, deduced from the concept of “recession,” sets the stage for an exhibition that promises to reach across the spectrum of possible interpretations. The artwork to be featured tackles the state of mind of “recess” as much as it does the questions of the modes of politics and economic recessions, bringing to the fore artists looking to break down standard structures and systems in order to further examine and understand them. The breadth of the exhibit presents the viewer with a conceptual see-saw, weaving itself through a time-space continuum of the past, present and future as it explores the urban reality of communications systems and Wall Street cultures. The physicality of our own modernity, given weight by re-contextualized images of American currency and the enduring monuments and structures of our day, is challenged, however, by the appearance of historical themes and ideas which seem to imply the fleeting nature of the status quo. With this, one is reminded of a special cultural obsession with the future, its promises and its very novelty, suggesting that as time shuffles on so do our priorities and conceptions of self undergo transformations. The layers are boundless, intimating a need for the creation of new paradigms in the face of what seems a time in which much is uncertain and left up in the air.

The whimsically aesthetic vibrancy as well as the variety of the artwork to be displayed work to intrigue the audience while encouraging discussion of the ways in which even contemporary artists and the artworld may respond to this international financial crisis. Recess aims to begin a revisionary dialogue directed at those current and accepted structures and paradigms, welcoming and inspiring the employment of a critical lens as we approach and attempt to come to terms with these times of uncertainty and imminent changes.

Recess is curated by Crossing Art Assistant Director, Jennifer Junkermeier. For further information on both exhibitions contact Jennifer Junkermeier at 212. 359. 4333 or