Saturday, January 31, 2015


Instead of thinking of my pieces as landing on a specific meaning, or meanings, I think they should ricochet off of ideas, signifiers, and affects - never landing in one place but creating a constellation of connotations.

an object found in a dumpster during roof-work, Winter Park, FL

[then the minutes on the clock went by like seconds]
[the the minutes minutes went wet by by like like seconds seconds]

To find your way among the stars, choose some familiar pattern
as a starting point and gradually work your way from one star
group to another.

Menzel, Donald H.  A Field Guide to the Stars and Planets.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964. 104.

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