A silly shot of me with my Emily Dickinson Museum short with the Emily Dickinson form I typeset for the Emily Dickinson broadside.
A friend is leaving her library job with rare books to head up another collection of rare books. A good move, but still needs a commemoration. Thus, some Emily Dickinson. Printed at the Bow & Arrow Press.
Hi, everyone — One of my conceptual video icosacomposites has been selected to be in the PLACE(HOLDER) show at Gallery 263 in September. Greer Muldowney is the juror, she does some great photographic work, including a shared interest with wind turbines.
Completed a new series of mathematically conceptual prints. Called “Proportional Irrational” they display a good number of digits from your favorite three irrational numbers, printed on paper that is proportioned to those numbers. The phi print is, of course, printed on a Golden Rectangle, but the e and pi prints could be said to be
Got interested in orbital mechanics the other day… Might do a print based on the Kármán Line, the altitude of 100 km / 62.1 miles which arbitrarily sets the boundary between “Earth” and “space”. Here’s a section, showing the Kármán Line and the thickness of the Earth’s crust, to scale.
I finally got the photos of the paper-drawn random walks from my show *RANDOMIZE in March normalized and collated into a catalogue PDF. You may check it out here. A slideshow will be up shortly. Here’s an interesting little bit: all 60 walks embedded on each other. Since the patterning is pretty uniform, then the
Thinking about doing an editioned series on the paths the planets take in a geocentric coordinate system. Here’s the beginning of Mercury’s trace (the green dotted line):
I have several pieces in the printmaking show “Unframed” curated by Joel Janowitz, who by the way does absolutely stunning monotypes. The opening is Friday, June 22 from 6-8pm. More info here (including a shot of one of my pieces): Brookline Arts Center.
I’ve been accepted into Art on Science: 24 études, a interdisciplinary art project that will pair artists and scientists in Boston and Strasbourg, France. Strasbourg is a sister city of Boston, and the project will be part of the 60th anniversary of the Sister City relationship.