The usefulness of a map can be the degree to which it plays with and answers for what it represents.Read more "Voices Carry on the (Long Island) Sound"
The eye is the beginning of the animal and the closed mouth is as beautiful as a bank vault.
Reader, view!Read more "Thrown Together"
2 cents offered on a revered cultural institution’s decision to spend a lot of money on visual noise that’s really supposed to be quiet and polite or something.Read more "Mind “The Gap”: Rebranding “The Met”"
3.8.16: (30 mins) – more eclectic wholism; a filmed dance sequence starring Abe Vigoda and Peter Falk is removed from the final cut.Read more "A Day in a Read State (9)"
Roland Barthes asks, “Is it worth the trouble?”
This author cedes to images.Read more "“Est-ce que ça vaut la peine?”"
3.3.16: A manual for common Persian for those who “lack either the time or the ambition to master the apparently bewildering script.” Like me!Read more "A Day in a Read State (7)"
Taking you where words fail and the mistranslation is king.Read more "Eating the Untranslatable: Flushing Dire-y"
2.28.16: Throw on your best gingham apron and The Doors’ 1967 self-titled LP, and enjoy a nosh from the Dead Recipe Office.Read more "A Day in a Read State (3)"
A daily glance at new titles distributed through the Center For People In Need’s book donation programs: Democratization of knowledge in action.Read more "A Day in a Read State (1)"
We learn that 10 year old Jim can’t quit a day job he doesn’t have; a classic French potage is prepared.
Croutonize away.Read more "Don’t Cry for Me, Bayside (Part 2: Yes, Soup for You)"