Writing and Collaboration
Present day investigations at Lynden Sculpture Garden of Meriwether Lewis’s diary entry describing a day and night in the environs of the Great Falls of the Missouri River.
Over the course of ninety days at the end of 2011, eight photographers posted images to a blog in response to words supplied monthly by the architect Deborah Berke.
Dana Hoey's From Blur to Bourriaud
Earlier this year, the artist Dana Hoey sent out a mass email: “Can you think of five photographic clichés or conventions off the top of your head?"
An online project which became a 53′ scroll. “There is no end of wholesome medicine in such an experience.”
Working at high altitudes, photographs as emotional objects. A gallery show and an artist's book.
It turns out a mountain in Colorado looks like a monkey when seen from above. Or maybe a baboon.
A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts
This is a photography exhibition about magic. For us, the photographer is a seeker of mystery and the act of photographing casts a spell that turns the banal into the supernatural.
Interview with Reuben Margolin
The brilliant kinetic sculptor Reuben Margolin, in this interview (made for North Drive Press in 2005) discusses his mechanical waves, handbuilt caterpillars, and the table car.
The books, which have been lent by an ever-expanding group of people, are a motley group rarely encountered on any officially required reading list but at the same time well-loved and necessary.
LoveDeath (2003) was a collaboration amongst David Kaplan, Dan Torop, and Paul Marino. Machinima ballet danced by ducks and others to a Wagner soundtrack.
I Just Can't Pretend
A 2002 group show which I organized at Derek Eller Gallery.
In 1995 Reuben Margolin and I drove to Labrador in a 1980s subcompact car. We brought along two cases of wine and some whiskey. Reuben brought his notebook and I brought my camera.