Archives for "April, 2018"

Apr 30, 2018

MUFFLER


Worn, used, beat-up… and more beautiful now.  

Apr 29, 2018

DYLAN’S BALLS


Shopwindow at Dylan’s Candy Bar.

Apr 28, 2018

PROBABILITY… IS PROBABLY THE PROBLEM


I expect that the one I’ll receive when I turn the knob, will be red. What I don’t know is that the person who stocked the machine let a blueberry hued slip in, while glancing down at a text.

But maybe MORE

Apr 27, 2018

LOOKING GLASS


Who is behind it, me or Gran, now that I can’t see her anymore?

Apr 26, 2018

HTTP


Found on a wall in the Flatiron District, back when “http” on some street announcement showed how ahead of the curve someone was.

Apr 25, 2018

GREEN AND CHERRY


I was in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Some foam had been sprayed around the legs of a mailbox on the corner, and dried in the sun… next to a cherry pit. #lifeisart

Apr 24, 2018
Apr 23, 2018

DOE DANCE


Still from “The Sarah Box”.

Apr 22, 2018

BROOKLYN BRICKS


I had just moved to NYC, and was living for a brief period in the brownstone of some family friends in Brooklyn. I had a little balcony off my bedroom. As I sat there one night in a record-breaking heat wave, no doubt questioning with a soggy brain how I might manifest a shoebox to live in elsewhere, I looked down, and saw these bricks. How rich, I felt.

Apr 21, 2018

JOHNNY’S ROCKET


We had just left a funeral and were driving in Queens, when we came upon the building of Johnny’s first apartment… the brick square inside of which he launched his adult life among friends.

I had another bout of wordless poetry take me over, gazing at it.

Maybe I imagined Johnny’s black tresses falling over his guitar in some kitchen there inside, as a younger thing, before knowing there was some girl in Vermont MORE

Apr 20, 2018

CHRIS


Dumpster near Washington Square Park. You can’t tell me it looked better before the color. As conscientious as I am over the treatment of property not my own, why must a city take aesthetic pride in dull shades? #colorsmakepeoplehappy

Apr 19, 2018

ME AND MY TRUCK


Walking by my print, “Truck Trailer”. Part of a film project with Joe Nardelli / Nathalie Michel.

Apr 18, 2018

25 CENTS


Telephone on Hollywood Boulevard. #lifeisart

Apr 17, 2018

GRAN’S CORNER


Her collection of white hued things…  

Apr 16, 2018

WE’RE OPEN


Still from “The Sasha Box”. Made for, and about, my friend and delight, Sasha Graham – The Tarot Diva!

Apr 15, 2018

CHERRY SUNDAY


Ashley’s table.

Apr 14, 2018

VIRGINIA’S TRAILER


Someone told me recently that if you wanted to understand the difference between men and women, think of it in terms of a house.

The house with many rooms, that allows for the compartmentalization of thoughts and emotions – that is a man.

The house with just one big room, where thoughts and emotions are bounced together and disparate elements get associated – that is a woman.

I definitely know the experience of MORE

Apr 13, 2018

PROCESSING


To the many shades, quandaries, and hormones of woman… I am a lot of ladies at once, like a lot of you. Still from a mini matchbox piece I made for my sister Michelle, called “The New Moon Box”.

Apr 12, 2018

ME IN PINK MEAT


Throwback to a shoot in the Meatpacking District. Film still by Joe Nardelli / Nathalie Michel.

Apr 11, 2018

PARKING LOT


 A Soho moment with a wall, from my early days in NYC.