Written up post pizza and lounging in the Atlantic Works Gallery for my sitting shift; slippers on, spice rum served, and wrapped up in a perfumed emerald damask shawl. Fierce femme lesbian-fiancé vibe blasting.
Due to a colleague’s enterprising generosity I’ve had something of a fairly long weekend and I’ve been loving it, eating it up with a spoon in each hand. I’ve been up to all sorts of things: Chopping my way through new work, ordering new source material, and had time to languidly finish reading Joan Lindsay’s classic period thriller Picnic at Hanging Rock, and then started reading John Water’s mid career memoir, Shock Value. it’s been really quite lovely. Highly recommended all around.
Atlantic Works Gallery80 Border Street, 3rd Floor,East Boston, MA 02128 On view: January 16–February 22, 2020 Opening Reception: Thursday, January 16, 6–9 p.m.Closing Reception: Thursday, February 20, 6–9 p.m. I’m feeling all anticipatory for this exhibition coming up with my favorite art congregates and comrades. And I can not wait to join in with you … Continue reading BURNING MANHOOD
Our new digs in an older home is so off-centered/crooked in some places I accidentally nudged a pencil and it straight up rolled clear across my desk like a more fun version of that mildly past date steak featured in Poltergeist.
Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre October 30–November 3, 2019
Roomful of Teeth, the supporting instrumentalists, and the primary vocal performers Alicia Hall Moran and Isaiah Robinson were paramount in the entire ceremonial invocation and exorcism of Robert Mapplethorpe. I’m still processing and loving this evening. Jared, we missed you; kisses.
Well the site is up. This Virgo Season full moon in Pisces full-on Pam Voorhees stalked and went after what I hold precious and sacred, holy shit. Now on the on the other side of things, I’m mostly intact. We’re moving in less that two weeks to our new home and we haven’t packed a … Continue reading Hello Autumn