Month: June 2012

Interviewing Kate Steciw

For toomer labzda’s year one exhibition. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Photoshop. Yeah. I think that’s what I spend the most time using. In the studio it’s different. I mean in the studio it’s just a place where things all come together. But I spend the most […]

Interviewing Kate Steciw: An Appendix

I just finished editing the interview I did with photo-derivative-and-house-hold-object artist Kate Steciw (who also has work up at Foxy Production right now) for toomer labzda’s year one show and interview series. Because so much of our lunch-talk was trimmed down out of necessity for the series, I am sharing below […]

A small dialogue on John Berger

With the wildest serendipity a few weeks ago, a wonderful woman named Wah-Ming Chang interrupted a jolly conversation I was having on the Brooklyn-bound N train for what turned out to be an interview in a fantastic series about encountering strangers for the Open City online magazine, of the Asian […]

Two Books on Things that Aren’t There

Originally written for Printed Matter. ◊◊   Location: Date: Time: Meriç Algün Ringborg Written and assembled by Meriç Algün Ringborg, this volume is both a two-part reflection and demonstration of disappearance in both personal and cultural terms. The first portion contains an essay that illustrates contemporary and historic assumptions of space […]

Interviewing Jason Gringler

Originally for toomer labzda. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Anger! [laughs] No, patience. Definitely patience. unless you want something more literal? patience is definitely a good one. What is your favorite part of the creative process? The self-exploration. And the time that I have in […]