Thursday, November 20, 2008
Twenty-seven seconds per image in iPhoto was sometimes adequate, sometimes way too long, and sometimes not enough when describing how I attempt to break down the barriers between art and life, how art making is a cumulative process, and defining my work as community-oriented, in addition to talking about drawings, sculpture and social spaces. All of this photo sharing and clock beating occured at Brown University on Tuesday when I spoke to Leigh Tarention's class and other members of the undergraduate Visual Arts Department.
I took the train to Providence, walked to Brown's Philip Johnson building, and visited with Leigh's printmaking class. It seemed like I was there for 27 seconds!