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Whitney Biennial, Debtfair and Rose Metal Press…

Pleasant surprise when I visited the Biennial the other day. One of the installations titled Debtfair addresses the amount of student debt in this country.  A few months ago they sent a call out to artists that are burdened with … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye To The Whitney Biennial…And Why I Decided To Come To Dilsberg…

Well I guess I’ll never have to worry about trying to get into the Whitney Biennial. Seems as if they decided to hand over a floor of the their building to some of the big galleries on a rotating basis. The Whitney … Continue reading

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Madonna, Smut and The Ever-Changing Colors Of The Whitney…

Lots to report today. Came across this installation sponsored by the Clocktower: http://clocktower.org/news/oyama-enrico-isamu-letter-aeromural-video Interesting that this artist Oyama Enrico Isamu is creating a visual then making it disappear. Another component is the sound of the materials he uses. It’s worth … Continue reading

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DaDa in NYC & The Whitney Won’t Go Away…

  Seems as if there was/is a festival of Swiss ingenuity. They have included the DaDa movement, which is the premise of my book The Z Factor. And BTW Hans Kasper Ivan Karp (my main character) performed and collaborated with … Continue reading

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Documenting TransGendering…

As you know I’ve been following the Whiney Biennial comments. This one is interesting. It’s about a couple who are trans-gendering in opposite directions. They documented it and it is in the Biennial. I for one applaud them and the … Continue reading

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