Janice Kerbel

I don’t mean that I don’t care about the viewers I think more about what motivates me to make it and trust that there’s value in that.

I was listening to Tate videos while working today and the line at the end of the video about Janice Kerbel stuck with me. I think I misheard it though… I thought she said “…that there is volume in that.”
Just jotting it down here for reference. From 3:19 in the video.

Art Institute Note (Notes from Feb 14, 2015 visit)

The unfixed Photography Show. Art Institute Chicago.

Lisa and I got a membership at the AIC. Seems to be a pretty good idea as I am sitting in the lounge with complimentary coffee and internet… this setup could make traveling to Chicago a lot easier.

Highlights from yesterday (I am writing this retrospectively) would be the Anri Sala video and the soviet textiles.

MOCP: Mars, Adrift on the Hourglass Sea

Nicholas Kahn & Richard Selesnick.

Caught my interest as a work of history and science fiction. The photos tell stories of forgotten ritual and additional histories found in discovery.
Is there a search for additional narratives – finding or rTionalizing through uncovering pasts?