Wednesday, February 25, 2009



THE ARROW OF TIME
Portraits of his family shot same time every year.
Since 1976
By Photographer Diego Goldberg.
He adds one every year.
For me It brings to mind how quickly life moves
and reminds me that if I want to accomplish
something substantial I better get a move on.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Andy Goldsworthy
(From the Documentary , Rivers and Tides)
Andy Goldsworthy in his own words,
"I enjoy the freedom of just using my hands and "found" tools--a sharp stone, the quill of a feather, thorns. I take the opportunities each day offers: if it is snowing, I work with snow, at leaf-fall it will be with leaves; a blown-over tree becomes a source of twigs and branches. I stop at a place or pick up a material because I feel that there is something to be discovered. Here is where I can learn. "

"Looking, touching, material, place and form are all inseparable from the resulting work. It is difficult to say where one stops and another begins. The energy and space around a material are as important as the energy and space within. The weather--rain, sun, snow, hail, mist, calm--is that external space made visible. When I touch a rock, I am touching and working the space around it. It is not independent of its surroundings, and the way it sits tells how it came to be there."

"I want to get under the surface. When I work with a leaf, rock, stick, it is not just that material in itself, it is an opening into the processes of life within and around it. When I leave it, these processes continue."

"Movement, change, light, growth and decay are the lifeblood of nature, the energies that I try to tap through my work. I need the shock of touch, the resistance of place, materials and weather, the earth as my source. Nature is in a state of change and that change is the key to understanding. I want my art to be sensitive and alert to changes in material, season and weather. Each work grows, stays, decays. Process and decay are implicit. Transience in my work reflects what I find in nature."

"The underlying tension of a lot of my art is to try and look through the surface appearance of things. Inevitably, one way of getting beneath the surface is to introduce a hole, a window into what lies below."

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Friday, February 6, 2009

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Thursday, February 5, 2009



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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Edward Bernays,
Sigmund Freud's nephew.
Father of the term Public Relations (P.R.) and modern day
advertising as we know it. 'He taught corporations how
How to make people want things they didn't need
by linking massed produced goods to their unconscious desires".
This is a documentary about Him,
It's part of a series called
"THE CENTURY OF THE SELF"
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5 (Part 5 has no sound on you tube)
Part 6


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