Archive for December, 2007

Comics notes scribbled in haste, but perhaps possessing a kind of raw power that compensates for their lack of polish.

faked by Friday, December 21st, 2007

Or perhaps not. Some of these are a bit cynical for the holiday season, but if a good chunk of your students still didn’t know by the end of the semester that novels are italicized while poems go in quotation marks, you’d be bitter too.


faked by Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

Okay, there’s no X-Mas Blow-Out, I just love writing that. No, just a little bit of housecleaning—I’ve received several incredibly kind notes from people about the show, asking if there were any pieces left. While the majority of the work is sold, there’s a few lovely stragglers that would look just dandy under that aluminum pyramid in your bay window.

Sandusky Review (Sleeping Aides + Razorblades).

faked by Monday, December 17th, 2007

Thanks to everybody who came out Friday night to the Stereo opening at Light + Glass. I think I’m still tired, but it was wonderful to see tons of old friends and many new ones. Once Roy and Jerri and I figure out exactly what all sold I’ll post a list for those of you who asked—there are a few pieces left for sale, but not many.

Stereo: Baby, We’ll Be Fine + Ghost King.

faked by Friday, December 14th, 2007

Tonight is the big night, and all I can say is . . . I want to go to bed. You know the gig. Come see us at Stereo, at Light + Glass! Now, here’s two brand-new pieces constructed out of some older work which will be shown tonight.



Stereo: See How We Are.

faked by Thursday, December 13th, 2007


Stereo: Sandusky Review.

faked by Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

The Sandusky Review is a paper artifact filled with stories and drawings. The second issue will be for sale starting this Friday, December 14, at Light + Glass Gallery in Jackson, Mississippi. The show, which also includes framed Polaroids and a few paintings, is called “Stereo.”

Stereo: Polaroid Diptych (¡Los Buddies! & the Alabama GTO).

faked by Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

This Friday, December 14, there will be a show of my Polaroid work at the Light + Glass Gallery in Jackson, Mississippi, entitled “Stereo.” Many of the pieces have never been seen before in any format and were created especially for the show. The entries below are from the catalog entries for the pieces.


Stereo: In Which the Artist Attempts To Explain Himself).

faked by Monday, December 10th, 2007

I prepared this artist’s statement for the upcoming Stereo exhibit at Light and Glass Gallery.

Stereo: Singles (Love Is A Mix Tape).

faked by Monday, December 10th, 2007

This Friday, December 14, there will be a show of my Polaroid work at the Light + Glass Gallery in Jackson, Mississippi, entitled “Stereo.” Along with my work will be glass and wood objects created by Wendy Eddleman and Rob Cooper. A majority of the work has never been seen before in any format—web or otherwise—and was created especially for the show. All this week I’ll be highlighting the various types of objects that will be shown (and ideally, sold) at Stereo.

Flashes and Cables: Springsteen in Oslo, Art in The Order, and “The Sign” in your heart forever

faked by Thursday, December 6th, 2007

I was experimenting with calling these short little roundup posts “Chunks,” but that seemed to connote “blowing chunks,” which is gross and not exactly the image I want to promote, even when it’s fairly accurate, given the partly digested nature of the thoughts here. So, I’m playing with the Centro-Matic inspired “Flashes and Cables” now. Anyway! Here at semester’s end, I am only thinking in staccato bursts. To wit(less):