“‘Now’ and ‘Then’ are not native states of mind for Miamians,” writes poet P. Scott Cunningham, in a literary guide to the city. “We’re always looking to the future here, optimistic that everything will be different in five or ten years.” This idea that Miami is an ever-shifting site of…
For reasons pertaining to my ancient MacBook, I’m ferociously typing this from my iPhone. As I do so, I am planted on a bar stool at The Corner and I can’t stop staring at my nails.
I first came to The Corner, a bar located in the same building as our studio, last night with LegalArt employees…
Lewis Baltz, Foundation Construction, Many Warehouses, 2891 Kelvin, Irvine, 1974
Tonight, I snuck in through the side door of SFMoMA to watch Andrea Fraser strip off her clothes, delivering conflicting speeches and yelling “kiss my ass, kiss my tits!” Suddenly, my life was complete.