Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Artist’s I becomes YOU

Artist Orly Genger must have had fun with the word play of her large-scale site-specific sculpture at Brown University.   It is a U shape, and she calls it YOU.  If you’re a college student passing by, you might not recognize … Continue reading

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The Wreckage in Jerusalem

I’m trying understand the complexity of mourning after the synagogue massacre in Haf Nor, Jerusalem.   The attack was like a bomb packed with nails thrown into a multitude of communities. It seemed designed for maximum destruction, to ruin everything from … Continue reading

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Victory Goddesses

I nominate Mary Dague as victory goddess of the year.  She’s as outside the box as you can get. She is so tough she could break glass with her eyes, and you’d never know who in the room did it.   … Continue reading

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“HERE”

I’m fascinated not only with place, but with other places.  “Being elsewhere” might be the subtitle of this blog.  Travel, imagination, transcendence, getting the hell out. Whether we’re talking about physical or mental places, they fit a pattern of restless … Continue reading

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