Every day I was there, I took a photo of the studio from the little window in the extra bedroom at the Gushul Studio. It functions as an interesting diary of my time there. I did miss a few days at the beginning, and a couple days when I wasn’t there.
While cleaning out some old boxes, I found some interesting stuff from my childhood. Maybe I should start a new blog: Bad Teenage Poetry. Ok, maybe just a blog section. Here’s the first entry, dated February 9, 1998. I would have been fifteen. For your entertainment. Walls Thunder rumbles in the distance My […]
Journal 30: This Side Up (Side Down) Journal 34: The Other Side of Fear
And just for a giggle…. Kermit on Strombo!
I’ve posted a few short videos of flipthroughs of some of my journals on Youtube. Journal 25: Brain Damage: Journal #28: Glimpse:
I thought I would share some of the video work available online from some of the other Puppet Intensive participants. One night we had a bit of a video show and tell/ heckling night, looking at video work from anyone who brought work to share. These are just a few. Maybe I’ll start with a […]
- Dress Rehearsal – Statues Excercise, with masks – That’s me on the far right. – Things got a little crazy in the last few days of the Puppet Intensive- finishing everything up, running spacing and dress rehearsals, cleaning up, and the wind up party. I don’t have very many photos from this part of […]
Listening to youtube videos as I work…
Here are some artists who are using automata and mechanical principles in their artwork. I like that these draw from traditional techniques, but each artist has added their own unique twist, to make their own things. Dug North Dave Johnson Gary Schott Mihai Bonciu Juan Pablo Cambariere
Here’s a video of Calder’s famous circus. Do you recognize the filmmaker?
Lover her or hate her, she’s got some good points. Listen.