New article out on Hyperallergic. To get to Los Angeles, I took a two-week train trip west from New York. I highly recommend the journey. Learn more here: My journey took me from midtown Manhattan to the steel mills surrounding Pittsburgh, then the museums in our nation’s capital, down the Appalachian mountains to the bayous [...]
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Open face sandwich, Northern European style. Funny how carbohydrates across cultures always tend to be under the rest of the food.
Huang Xiang’s poetry house in Pittsburgh. Read more here.
At IKEA, they distribute free rulers, pencils and pieces of paper to take notes on. Could this ever be digitized? App-ified? What if you could text in the orders you want, or type them into an app? Maybe all you’d need is a ruler, or would you? Would people use an app like this? Seems [...]
At the Hollywood Bowl recently, and it got me thinking: what do you do with a captive audience? Even though seats are reserved, Bowl audiences tend to arrive early due to a strict seating policy (get there on time or wait till an appropriate break in the music). One trick: make them download your iPhone [...]
Shortly before leaving New York, I came across this performance piece by Mimi Yin and Katie Parlante. They called it Multiverse on 37th, a recreation of a piece done as part of the Art in Odd Places festival., performed at Chashama’s Window Space on 37th. Is it social media art? They use Twitter as part [...]