Last year I had the chance to visit Barcelona, which of course translated into a pilgrimage to as many of Antonio Gaudi’s projects as possible. I expected to admire his … Continue reading An illuminated souvenir
One of the purposes of this blog is to sort through and prioritize intriguing notions and sources. I have an ongoing fascination with investigating how things work. (Hint: that’s a … Continue reading DIY digression: bookmaking
Until today, I only knew one way to perforate paper (without some mysterious steampunk machine). Pounce wheel (Not everyone knows about these things, so I’ll describe them first. I doubt … Continue reading Perforation
I’m starting something new… My plans owe a grateful nod to work by Jaclyn Seufert and Beth Scher. …oh, and maybe Sandro Botticelli as well.
My previous art cubes used appropriation to present opposing two-dimensional views of womanhood in religious art history. This time that same self-transformation has a much larger scale. (Each of the … Continue reading Yoshimoto cubes, part 4
The paper karakuri experiments last spring didn’t go anywhere, but they were rather exciting. What is with my current interest in kinetic art that has elements of toys or ephemerality? … Continue reading More toys