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Hand Map Narrative

From here to there, from there to here A verbal map taken as dictation over the phone is full of visual cues from this place to that and is no less fascinating than a tangible map or one on a mobile phone that charts a territory with scale miles, highways, secondary roads. A verbal map […]

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The Little Blue Petticoat

How Glass Skirts Kept Us Warm We are currently exploring ideas for a public sculpture that will feature discarded glass insulators as shown in the two pictures below. The city of Montreal, with Hydro-Québec, is currently involved in moving its electrical grid below ground. One of the leftover products of this process are the insulators […]

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Sounds and Time Keeping

“My friends here have stories to tell and they do so freely if anyone would listen. The stories pressure them to be released and when they reach the air sound like poems read backward, scrambled in syntax, terribly rich in imagination. No one in his right mind could make this stuff up. Their stories have […]

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Who You Callin’ Crazy?

“Stop acting crazy.” “Can you just act normal?” These expressions are embedded in our culture.”Who You Callin’ Crazy?” is the working title of a short film we’re putting together. It is based on “Nuthouse I and II,” a set of diaries written while the author was hospitalized in a psychiatric clinic in The Netherlands in October 2010. […]

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Century of Dialogue

“Let this be the century of dialogue.”  —Dalai Lama Art makes sense of all that surrounds me. Without it there is no understanding. It is the universal language. Scrap metal heap surrounding Delft, The Netherlands, 52° North Latitude, awaiting the dialogue of art.

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