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Thoughts on making art or being productive during SIP ๐Ÿ‘‡

You donโ€™t owe anyone anything. If you need to rest and step back, THAT is OK. Also, rest is an important part of the work, research, and creative process. Perhaps youโ€™ve been feeling burnt out, well, your body is probably telling you to take it easy. Productivity is challenging for so many people. Whether you […]

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Artist's Studio Writing Practice

Bringing in the lessons learned from 2019 into 2020 ๐Ÿค“

Pardon the redundancy, but in 2020, I will be posting on my site a lot more this year since I’m trying to moderate my use of social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. For those that have seen this on my Instagram account and reading it again, thank you. For those that haven’t seen […]

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Art Art Writing and Criticism Perception Writing Practice

Episode 6 of #PRNTSCRN: The Value of Doing Nothing featuring Jenny Odell

The first season of PRNT SCRN has officially ended! It’s been such an incredible learning experience. For this episode, I speak with Bay Area-based artist Jenny Odell. Learn more below! Lastly, and most important, I want to thank the brilliant team over at Art Practical! They’ve given me an awesome home to create the content […]

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Art Writing and Criticism Writing Practice

Letting Go

Every morning, I flick at my smartphone screen and read the news. I watch for some of my favorite writers in art, technology, and cultural criticism. I used to marvel at how quickly some of my favorite writers and journalists could produce content in such a prolific manner. But having done that made me spiral […]

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Writing Practice

Current Obsession: #HRDCVR and #passionatlas

I recently ordered HRDCVR, a hard bound magazine created by journalists Danyel Smith and her husband and partner Elliott Wilson. I have yet to make my way through the entire magazine, but it is one-of-a-kind, indeed. HRDCVR reminds me of what journalism can and ought to be. All of the edges, contours, and weight of […]

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Writing Practice

#goals

It’s been over a month and my aspiration of writing more regularly has taken a back seat to the rest of the work and projects I’ve been concentrating on. In any case, I’m going to TRY and consistently bring content onto my blog that not only resonates with me, but with you as well. There […]