The Isolater

Category : Diary July 20, 2014

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The Isolater which helped writers focus by blocking out all sights and sounds, 1925


Interview with Michael Govan and Jennifer Steinkamp

Category : Diary July 18, 2014

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Up and Running

Category : Diary July 17, 2014

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ALGO-RHYTHMS

Category : Diary July 14, 2014

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Macula

Category : Diary July 8, 2014

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MFA Thesis Finished

Category : Diary June 12, 2014

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Inner Insight / Future Background

Category : Diary June 10, 2014

”The art consists of inner insight and future background. The insight that has its inner nature in every being. And each being utilizes it according to its internal capability.”


Sol LeWitt

Category : Diary June 7, 2014

These paragraphs are not intended as categorical imperatives, but the ideas stated are as close as possible to my thinking at this time. These ideas are the result of my work as an artist and are subject to change as my experience changes. I have tried to state them with as much clarity as possible. If the statements I make are unclear it may mean the thinking is unclear. Even while writing these ideas there seemed to be obvious inconsistencies (which I have tried to correct, but others will probably slip by). I do not advocate a conceptual form of art for all artists. I have found that it has worked well for me while other ways have not. It is one way of making art; other ways suit other artists. Nor do I think all conceptual art merits the viewer’s attention. Conceptual art is good only when the idea is good.


Weekend MFA Thesis Documentation

Category : Diary May 26, 2014

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Berlioz’s Memoirs

Category : Diary May 25, 2014

From Berlioz’s memoirs about Roméo et Juliette; ”The work is enormously difficult to perform. It poses problems of every kind, problems inherent in the form and in the style and only to be solved by long and patient rehearsal, impeccably directed. To be well done, it needs first-rate performers—players, singers, conductor—intent on preparing it with as much care as a new opera is prepared in a good opera house, in fact almost as if it were to be performed by heart.”