Ashtray Navigations – A Shimmering Replica (vhf 2015) with a discussion on prolificness

There’s a part of me that might want Melanie O’Dubshlaine and Phil Todd to go crappy. Maybe I have a nihilistic current that runs through me which assumes that everything I’ve held close to me as truthful and sublime will one day be revealed as hollow or (maybe worse?-) be bastardized down to something cheap,… Read More Ashtray Navigations – A Shimmering Replica (vhf 2015) with a discussion on prolificness

Roadside Picnic & Charles Barabe – Worn Paths In Crown Dust (A Giant Fern – 2014)

The two artists here each have their own interesting thing going on. Justin Wiggan is a multi-media artist of the conceptually-advanced sort. He has a project called Life Echo, which is a fascinating psychological therapy experience-experiment for the elderly. Utilizing artistically arranged personal objects and sound recordings, elderly people (those close to dying) are given… Read More Roadside Picnic & Charles Barabe – Worn Paths In Crown Dust (A Giant Fern – 2014)