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…or crater, or hollow, or dell, or valley, or however we will be calling it, is the newly selected site of what will hopefully be an ambitious long-term project I’ll start this spring – commissioned by the Liverpool Biennial – to start imagining a transformation of the park in collaboration with local partners and residents ..

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…gets the day going right off the plane – for meetings with community members about their concerns with, and hopes for, the place, with a visit to some nascent urban food garden plots, and then a tour by a local historian telling the amazing tale of this strange new green space which was cleared of ..

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…was the focus of the afternoon with our last Princeton Student Colony visitor – equipped with homemade spindles from wood dowels and toy wheels, with simple hooks at the end, we passed around the raw Coopworth wool – while gathered in a circle in our outdoor domed classroom – and gradually got the hang of ..

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…seems to have been a highlight of the Princeton Student Colony so far, which I sadly had to miss while stuck in LA – but I just got some pictures of these human structures they created on the New South lawn which illustrate capitalist structures, while exploring Robby’s personal acrobatic..

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…from London via Human Resources (where the rest of the pieces were ceremoniously trashed and trampled) were placed in their new home today (the long abandoned, recently refurbished redwood dog run enclosure – now outdoor sculpture gallery) with artist friend Jedediah Caesar – who came over to help situate the pieces, which will be installed ..

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…is coming to the rooftop terrace of the Hayward Gallery in London this summer (from June 11th – July 11th for their pre-Olympics Wide Open School program) and we are now looking for local and visiting queers interested in participating, interning, contributing materials, and proposing activities. (preliminary info can be found on th..

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…was a jolt to the eyes on a hot bright midday lunch excursion to Forage today, coming upon the brand new street-to-plaza conversion at this very familiar intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Maltman – just down the hill from my first L.A. home from 1999-2000, and the location of my favored Saturday farmers market – ..

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…is the fourth that I have started (but not finished), each for a different floor of the house (and the early beginnings of a new on-going project), this one a bit of a drab downer after the sparkles in the cave and the blues in the dome – a meeting of raggedy forrest green bath towels on their last legs, ..

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…the 2011 show by Creative Time surveying socially engaged art since 1991, arrived this morning in lovely book form from MIT Press – including a couple of pages on Sundown Salon with cute pics from the kiddie salon, and some other favorites and friends, like Mildred’s Lane, Celine Condorelli, Mark Dion, HaHa, Suzanne Lacy, Rick ..

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