Recently I spent some time at the Sou’Wester, after a friend recommended it. It turned out to be a really relaxing and refreshing weekend. There’s a swath of restored vintage travel trailers, themes cabins, and suites. I stayed in the Fellini cabin, took a short bike ride to the coast to star into the stars, […]
Moving along the roadways, with the framing of the windows, can bring a certain kind of hypnotic alertness to the eyes.
Drawn to the Capital to witness the vote on the Columbia River Crossing project (the project still has several more votes here and in Washington State before ground is broken) I found Salem and the capital building extremely pleasant. I picked up a little history (the capital building is the third, the first two having […]
Mon ombre forme un coquillage sonore Et le poète écoute son passé Dans la coquille de l’ombre de son corps. – The Poetics of Space: Shells
Lead Pencil Studio’s Inversion: Plus Minus has intrigued me from the day I moved here. The formation evocative of an industrial structure under construction, but from the top down, etherially and lightly looms over the intersection of a busy bridge crossing here. It reminds of some the the great work I’ve been able to […]
One happens across these scenes, and if thinking clearly, stops to carefully note.
These images from the ONN/OF event in Seattle last weekend (before our name change). Myself and a few others helped transport the Xhurch Collective’s NTVTY structure from its temporary storage space in an off-site location and assembled it in the large indoor exhibition space in Capital Hill, Seattle. This was easily the most intense physical labor for […]
NTVTY 3.0 is the most recent iteration of an installation created by Matt Henderson and Xhurch, this year including contributions from Seattle’s Hair and Space Museum, performances by Cloaks and MSHR. From Xhurch’s event description: “Rounding out a three-year effort by Xhurch to explore, scramble, dilute, and REDEFINE the staid tradition of the Christmas nativity scene, […]