commented on Get Inside the Lady of the Spiders (and Naked Men)
Thanks for this post, Jen. I am like you, and also can't get enough...years ago, the Cleveland Public Art Commission which I worked with early on, had been able to get a lengthy temporary lease/loan for one of the major cast metal and glass mother spiders, and I have always hoped one of them would wind up permanently somewhere near me...putting it out to the world!
Dec 13, 2012
commented on What's Coming in 2013
Don't worry about your children, hide your charge cards! I WILL be there with no wallet for safety's sake.
Nov 14, 2012
commented on 216 Nipples Later
censorship can have lengthy implications and energy. I would like to see this work in a gallery or other forum, and make up my own mind. I was curator in a homophobic art debacle a bit ago on Vashon Island, purportedly a bastion of open-mindedness, and still carry a bit of "recognition" on the part of the paranoid on this rock who remember and still wish I would disappear. Minority, yes, but ever present. Another example of others wanting the power to help you make up YOUR own mind....I would like the print to stay, and be part of the discussion.
Oct 2, 2012
commented on Every Gallery's Web Site Should Be Like This
Indeed they should! I so greatly enjoy all of those installations. And to so thoughtfully archive them is truly a goal all galleries and venues should aspire to; art should have it's own history available, and if it's truly good art, it should remain vital in time passage.