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Feb 5, 2016

CANAL PLASTIC

CANAL PLASTIC

There’s something poetic about a wet, tire flattened bag. “CANAL PLASTIC” – From my CLOSER SIDEWALK collection.

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Feb 5, 2016

HOW TO BREATHE COLOR

HOW TO BREATHE COLOR

From my essay “Her White Living Room”, written after a healing session with a tiny wizardess on the Upper East Side. She wore all white, a camouflage style choice, given her apartment. Thank you, Risa, for the freedom…

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Feb 5, 2016

CHELSEA DUMPSTER

CHELSEA DUMPSTER

Once again, saved by receptacles… Rust and splatter on an industrial dumpster in Chelsea, NYC.

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Feb 5, 2016

CHAIN WITH PIT

CHAIN WITH PIT

From my CLOSER SIDEWALK collection. I took this shot in the West Village, NYC. #lifeisbeautiful

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Feb 5, 2016

GRIEF LICENSE

GRIEF LICENSE

One of my more important possessions…

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Jan 29, 2016

VILLAGE DUMPSTER 2

VILLAGE DUMPSTER 2

“Village Dumpster 2” – From my A CLOSER NY collection. Industrial dumpsters rock my world. #lookaround

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Jan 29, 2016

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

“Breakfast” – Eggs are great in a snowstorm. Still from my mini matchbox piece, The Breakfast Box.

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Jan 29, 2016

PICNICS OF INTERNAL SUNSHINE

I SING AND I SING

A slice of my poem from a podcast episode in the works, written in response to my guest’s painful childhood and the lung condition he is working to heal.

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Jan 29, 2016

BRONX BANANA

BRONX BANANA

Spotted near my old studio in the Bronx.

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Jan 23, 2016

WILL I STILL TURN YOUR MATTE TO SEMI-GLOSS

Tell Me I'm Your Sweetheart

Excerpt of a poem I wrote on aging that was included in audio form inside one of my assemblage boxes. It was written as a fun, indirect poetic plea to my partner of nearly 10 years, who ironically became my ex soon after this work was completed. What an emotional journey is this life… But no matter the wrinkles, the aches, or the breakdowns, our home remains strong. And that home is a forever child. Ageless and forever enough. So find your inner child and let him or her be a rock star today. Because being enough, is only the beginning.

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