Forced inactivity, self-inflicted

March 23, 2011 Comments Off on Forced inactivity, self-inflicted

It’s a myth that you can’t do anything for free in New York. But at what cost, I ask you? What cost?

“Screening: Mixed Use, Manhattan”
Douglas Crimp, author, art historian, and Professor of Art History at the University of Rochester introduces an evening of films by artists Joan Jonas, Gordon Matta-Clark, James Nares, and Charles Simonds

Still, a little inspiration came out of it. And this upcoming weekend, Joe and I plan to see two free films at MoMA. Will we ever learn?

I don’t want to become that blogger that’s always ranting about the weather, but hail, thunder, lightning, slush, sleet, snow, and rain all in one day makes it a little difficult to stay silent. There. I’ve said it. I’ll say no more for now.

Goodbye, Elizabeth Taylor. I’m very sad to hear of your passing.


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