Not sure what I can say about this, only that I am left stunned, speechless by this piece. Beautiful and terrifying. Tender and painful. Much to ponder…
Category: Open Arts
My first job was at a lil bagel shop called Bakin’ Bagels in Maywood, NJ. I worked there for many years. Made myself some nostalgia bagels this morning. They aren’t the prettiest but hey they taste legit! You gotta boil your dough, people.
Neighbor Dave sent this my way– worth a listen if you are brave enough 😉 https://joeblowe.podbean.com/e/interview-wclimatologist-daniel-swain/
Here’s a link to Bill Murray talking about how The Song of the Lark saved his life while early on in his acting career: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eOIcWB7jSA
I love Poetry Off the Shelf. This conversation with Khaty Xiong is exceptional. Beautiful and probing and wise and astute.
This was fun to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovyEMlNZlTE I also can’t help but draw the parallel here to poetry, the concept of iteration in learning, meta-cognition, etc. Living in NYC, I went to the Museum of Natural History every weekend for a solid year. One of many iterative endeavors. I can still give a pretty robust tour
I just came across a piece in The New Yorker about this exhibition at Participant Inc.–both a work of art and a curatorial project. “…Berger shares the lives of others. In this case, the subject are six people who have found life-altering connections beyond the you-complete-me clichés of romance, including the autistic philosopher Mark Utter,
This is the first time I’ve observed a bird in one of the sculptures. She was digging around enjoying herself for sure. Not a great shot, as I was not expecting the moment!
A play from The Old Vic in Bristol on the subject of Marc and Bella Chagall. Really good. You can find performance options at this link: https://bristololdvic.org.uk/whats-on/flying-lovers-of-vitebsk , some on-demand for a limited period of time.
A friend sent me THIS from the NYT…