Anodyne
Monday, January 13, 2020
 
I cut up your voice in C-control

(Kim Trainor)
Friday, January 10, 2020
 

 
It resembles the world in which the viewer is standing—it’s almost like the world confronting itself, or you [the viewer] confronting another entity, another being. The picture would gather people and they would form new associations--
Thursday, January 09, 2020
 
Citing ‘Whatever’ Authority: The Ethics of Quotation in the Work of Giorgio Agamben
 



 



Tuesday, January 07, 2020
 

Eucalyptus globulus, Carpenteria CA, 2019-20
Saturday, January 04, 2020
 
VENTURA BASIN: GEOLOGY AND OIL DEVELOPMENT HISTORY: FIELD GUIDE: 2018 EDITION (PDF)

"This field trip examines the geology and natural history of the Coast Ranges in the area of the Ventura, Ojai Valley, Santa Paula, Filmore, Piru and Castic Junction.  The program begins at the Channel Islands National Monument Visitor’s Center.

"Dr. Gregg Wilkerson is a Renaissance Man with interests in economic geology, mining history, antique vehicle restoration, ancient history, and yoga."
Thursday, January 02, 2020
 
Tar is the Star on the Miracle Mile
Monday, December 30, 2019
 
Mudede:

"A night in the city is nothing if its air is not vibrated by the beat of some promise—the promise of a new pleasure, a new happening, event, exchange, encounter. If you do not feel this promise 'to the core' of your being, then you are not standing in a big enough city.

The other thing: The type of walking Clegg describes in 'Fever' is only possible in the biggest cities on earth. Clegg deliberately walks with no sense of direction; he walks with no end in sight; he walks only to get lost. 'Walking by an old cafe,' he sings. Where is this place? What forces brought him to this unfamiliar neighborhood? What will he encounter in this lost part of the city? And you just don't get lost; you must know how to get lost.

The ability to lose your way correctly was designated by the German critic Walter Benjamin as the defining art of a big city person. 'Not to find one's way in a city may well be uninteresting and banal. It requires ignorance—nothing more.' he wrote in his memoir 'Berlin Chronicle.' 'But to lose oneself in a city—as one loses oneself in a forest—that calls for quite a different schooling.' Johnny Clegg has had this different type of schooling."
 

I’m not an actor, I can only play myself

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