posted by on 2005.06.22, under Uncategorized

Last night I added documentation of the Public/Private performance at this years Interchange event. Look under Current in the side bar to find it. We are looking for more venues to perform this one…

posted by on 2005.06.20, under Uncategorized

Well, finally, there is a real reason for men to lose those excess pounds. Forget general health, forget looking good, feeling better, gaining endurance… we all know, its about length. Scroll down to the Obesity subtitle. Now if only we could all weigh 95 lbs and still look good.

posted by on 2005.06.17, under Uncategorized

Just added: documentation of my latest installation Selichot/Forgiveness

posted by on 2005.06.17, under Uncategorized

The National Vaccine Information Center provides a Mercury Calculator to determine if the mercury levels contained in the vaccinations your child has had “is over the EPA standard of 0.1 mcg per kilogram of bodyweight.”
link found at CARD

posted by on 2005.06.16, under Uncategorized

Salon and Rolling Stone have published a story by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. investigating the role of Drug Companies, the CDC, FDA, and the WHO in covering up how mercury preservatives in many childhood vaccinations are possbily causing autism and other behavioral diseases.

“More than 500,000 kids currently suffer from autism, and pediatricians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases every year. The disease was unknown until 1943, when it was identified and diagnosed among 11 children born in the months after thimerosal was first added to baby vaccines in 1931.”

(To read the Salon article, watch a commercial for the day pass.}

posted by on 2005.06.16, under Uncategorized

The Glasgow School of Art’s 2005 degree show is up online, showcasing works from Fine Art, Design, Architecture, and Digital Design. Take a look around.

Oh. And if you ever wondered just how big the C.R. Mackintosh designed entry to the school is – take a look at the group portrait in the architecture school section. Its that big.

posted by on 2005.06.15, under Uncategorized

This years “fairly adult” Venice Biennial leans heavily on video and installation work… excellent.

posted by on 2005.06.15, under Uncategorized

Antony Gormley’s installation of life-size iron people on the coast of the UK.. its gorgeous and a little scary.

posted by on 2005.06.15, under Uncategorized

Matthew Barney. Bjork. New film. Yow.

Must see now please.

posted by on 2005.06.14, under Uncategorized

Low cost housing provider Habitrail for Humanity comes under fire for its latest project in Panyneville, KY.