Reflection on Style Wars.

Q: How are these hip-hop kids changing the face of the city; re-imaging and reconstructing the aesthetic of the city? Through graffiti. What is interesting to me is the mobility of there canvases. They paint the trains underground or at night, places and times where they are hidden from the world. Then the sun rises, …

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Walk 3.

Explore your space/place for two hours, looking, gathering, recording and archiving data that celebrates or magnifies the scale of the social scene of your choosing. Mission San Xavier del Bac is located roughly ten miles south of Tucson, on the Tohono O'odham Nation San Xavier Indian Reservation. The mission was founded in 1692. The building that …

Thank You All.

I'm not going to go into a lot of detail (for once), but I have been without a laptop since May and I cannot seem to get one on my own. I have broken down and set up a Go Fund Me page.You can read more about it and donate if you feel so inclined. …

Unclean I.

No matter how hard I scrub my feet, this holy ground still deems me unclean. In this crisp mountain stream, the water of an unfamiliar terrain, I begin a futile attempt to wash away my sins. My once-white dress, stained with earth from my childhood home, serves as a reminder that I cannot cleanse myself …

Unclean: Stills.

No matter how hard I scrub my feet, this holy ground still deems me unclean. In this crisp mountain stream, the water of an unfamiliar terrain, I begin a futile attempt to wash away my sins. My once-white dress, stained with earth from my childhood home, serves as a reminder that I cannot cleanse myself …

A Reflection on River and Tides.

The following is an analysis of River and Tides, a documentary about the work of Andy Goldsworthy, available to stream on Amazon Prime. In Goldsworthy’s work, time is always (although sometimes understated) present as a subject. It seems to me that many land artists/site specific workers attempt to fight natural elements to make a more …

Walk 2.

desire line n. A path that pedestrians or vehicles take informally rather than taking a sidewalk or set route, for example, a well-worn ribbon of dirt cutting across a patch of grass, or a path in the snow. As I was walking this week, the one thing I consistently noticed was all of the jaywalking lizards. It struck me as interesting that my brain called their natural movement through this urban landscape jaywalking - an undoubtedly …