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Live Blog @ Wire + Nail Gallery for People I’ve Loved Opening

When I’m not thinking about the afterlife, I’m thinking about love. This is true. Currently live blogging at Wire + Nail Gallery for Carissa Potter’s opening, People I’ve Loved. One of my favorite artists.

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Feelin’ Lucky at SOMArts Cultural Center – Opening Night for Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance

Pretty exciting to blog on the fly! I’m currently at the Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance opening night. Many people and such a great line up of wonderful artists looking at chance while paying homage to art icon, John Cage! More to come…

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Mommy Queerest by Kat Evasco and John Caldon

As a writer, I’m constantly advised to “write what I know”. Yet, this depends on whether I’m courageous enough to share my story. It’s not difficult to write what I know but the things I know some people (specifically my family) may not care to know. For some time, I’ve grappled with being queer. The […]

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Free Money Sticky Fingers ~ 100 Performances for the Hole (2010)

Free Money Sticky Fingers from Hypermodern – Pete Ippel on Vimeo. Artist Pete Ippel created Free Money, Sticky Fingers specifically for “100 Performances for the Hole – Take Two” an art show curated by Justin Hoover at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco, California, March 6th, 2010. ~ Text Source: Artist’s Vimeo Profile

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You can’t do THAT on Television ~ Part II

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You can’t do THAT on Television ~ Part I

Artist: Chris Burden | Title: Through the Night Softly After seeing the performance pieces this past Sunday at the Ever After exhibition, I started thinking about how performance art has changed over the years. OFFSpace Founder, Kathrine Worel and I were talking about how there’s a fixation to document and showcase (as much as we possibly can). Being […]