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computer generated scene

How do I make content about the time I live in? Especially when I work with mud and glass in a volcano fire? Here’s another attempt. I printed a computer generated scene (by me) on […]

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Sandy Wasn’t Dumb

Featuring B. 417 “Tobin! Is that cocaine?” “Yeah.” “But there’s so much of it. What! what?” “So I stole it from Sandy, that’s what.” Fawn was overwhelmed. Her stomach took a drop towards the floor […]

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Victorians misrepresented life

Computer ceramic tiles. Kurt Vonnegut said it: “I think that novels that leave out technology misrepresent life as badly as Victorians misrepresented life by leaving out sex.” But here I am playing with mud and […]

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Book nugget ‘How Emotions are Made’ by Barrett

So my previous review was ‘Hidden Spring’ by Solms. Barrett’s book finished the hold at the library and I borrowed it. The very first sentence called out the premises propounded by Solms. I had to […]

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sketch next pieces

I’ve got ideas. A dangerous practice. Here are two of them that came to me: Porcelain or not I haven’t made up my mind. The floor will be a printed tile broken up in pieces. […]

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‘Year of Goodbyes’ is not real

Featuring B. 48 Hollis was tired. Going on a book tour was “Sorry I’m not fun anymore”. She was not going to write that book. There was one more reader, the last in line. She […]

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Book nugget: ‘Hidden Spring’ by Solms

I’ve been thinking about the concept and maybe the reality of the unconscious. If it is unconscious then how do we know anything about it? Of course Freud had his answer leading up to the […]

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Triangle as a geometric form

A multipart pottery ordering. Each triangular bowl could hold sauces or nuts or other condiments. I started with a pie slice plastic container. I liked the triangle as a geometric form. Some designer working in […]

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Porcelain, celadon (cone 6 so not really)

At first I didn’t like the five short stripes which are on the far side. Now I do. Porcelain, celadon (cone 6 so not really). I just cannot get into the whole chemistry thing. I […]

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Bouke De Vries critique

lenses of critique Bouke DeVries Memory vessel jardiniere, 18th century Delft jardiniere and glass (1) Guan Yin in a square of roses, 18th century Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guan Yin, 16th, 18th and […]

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