Thursday, August 19, 2010

Cookie Fortune

We all live under the same sky,but we don't see the same light.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Finnegan's Wake

Miniature Ann Arbor Sunday

Refusing at Fifty-Two

Refusing at Fifty-Two to Write Sonnets
by Thomas Lynch

It came to him that he could nearly count
How many Octobers he had left to him
In increments of ten or, say, eleven
Thus: sixty-three, seventy-four, eighty-five.
He couldn't see himself at ninety-six—
Humanity's advances notwithstanding
In health-care, self-help, or new-age regimens—
What with his habits and family history,
The end he thought is nearer than you think.

The future, thus confined to its contingencies,
The present moment opens like a gift:
The balding month, the grey week, the blue morning,
The hour's routine, the minute's passing glance—
All seem like godsends now. And what to make of this?
At the end the word that comes to him is Thanks.

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Monday, August 16, 2010

Test tasting...

erik parra at johansson projects

'between currencies'
on now until september 11, 2010
johansson projects, oakland california

6 x 7.5 inches
collage on paper

in his first solo exhibition 'between currencies', american artist erik parra examines 
the tension between the meticulously cut and the shredded with his juxtaposition of 
vintage pop media clippings and multicolored paper cutouts. the tangled layers 
of artificiality eminent in both the medium and the message- between black and 
white and RGB, history and desire, question the relevance of a search for american 

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Cat gas?

I don't think so.

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