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Sit With Me

“What I liked was chunks of time all together, every real moment… I only wanted to find great people and let them be themselves… and I’d film them for a certain length of time and that would be the movie.” — Andy...
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Lose to Gain

In periods of growth, there is also gradual loss. Under the right conditions, this is an orderly process through which you slowly absorb what you need throughout. Those catalysts that create growth gently fade away, leaving others in their place....
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White Sky Days

Some days are colorless, like a child’s drawing that just allowed the white paper to create the sky. No grey clouds, yellow sun, blue sky, or sunset. Instead, just the white of the blank page.

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A Body Grows in Belleville

Le corps has been the site of exploration in art ranging from the nude form to contemporary investigations in identity, gender, and race, from the body erotic to the body liberated from the gaze. The body both has been inscribed with meaning but...
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La Pluie

I spent a rainy evening watching people walk by under my window, looking down on their umbrellas and footsteps peeking out in turn from under, listening to les rumeurs de la ville drift up to me. ...
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Searching for Symbol

So a Symbolist and a Decadent walk into a bar. The Decadent drew a sketch on the bar napkin for the Symbolist… Don’t know that one? Imagine that. I very much wish I was clever enough to make up the rest of the joke, but even if I was, I’m...
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Runaway Retreat

Sometimes there are places you go that you never want to leave. Or rather, we find ourselves in certain scenes and feel as if we belong amongst the objects there. For me, these are often places where everything seems perfectly considered, objects...
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In Pursuit of Light

A little girl runs around the yard on a sticky summer evening snatching at the air trying to grab the fleeting flashes of light dancing in the dark. ...
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