From Vision to Perception

Taking its name from Rachel Levitsky’s novel The Story Of My Accident Is Ours, where the characters have been affected by an unforeseen disaster, Someone Like Me is a group show at Murray Guy featuring work by Alejandro Cesarco, Sarah Charlesworth, Ellie Ga, Sharon Hayes, Walid Raad and Lucy Skaer. The works in the show… Continue reading From Vision to Perception

Focusing on the action, not the result

Thursday, 11:09 AM. I've basically had nothing to eat since dinner on Tuesday, and slept four hours a night for the past week. I was talking to someone after the crit of the show yesterday, and was telling him that while painting the studio the night before I realized I had never painted the walls… Continue reading Focusing on the action, not the result

Art (and making good ramen)

I was walking around the East Village the other day, and since I’d been out all morning and hadn't eaten anything I was getting kind of hungry. I decided to check out a ramen joint my classmate Kathy told me about the other day. I was talking to her about the one I usually go… Continue reading Art (and making good ramen)

Family Business

In the summer of 1999 two teenage boys started a fire in an apartment building in the town of Holyoke, Massachusetts. The fire spread and destroyed an entire city block, including a 19th century Catholic church. The owner of the building was sued for 15 million dollars he did not have, and was forced to… Continue reading Family Business